Don't Hold Your Breath
Here’s a process pic for a SWANS poster.I love my electric eraser. Sometimes I feel like I didn’t do my best work unless I screwed it up first and redrew it.I don’t really like using white out or an opaque white to fix my mistakes. It eventually flakes off. So using the eraser is easier for me. Granted it’s best if you use a heavier ply paper and not erase the area too many times or you’ll put a hole straight through. The eraser has a grit in it, like a rubbery sand paper.So yeah even after doing posters for @10 years I still make mistakes. I am nerd…

Here’s a process pic for a SWANS poster.
I love my electric eraser. Sometimes I feel like I didn’t do my best work unless I screwed it up first and redrew it.
I don’t really like using white out or an opaque white to fix my mistakes. It eventually flakes off. So using the eraser is easier for me. Granted it’s best if you use a heavier ply paper and not erase the area too many times or you’ll put a hole straight through. The eraser has a grit in it, like a rubbery sand paper.
So yeah even after doing posters for @10 years I still make mistakes. I am nerd…

  1. impactbooks reblogged this from brianewing and added:
    Love this process shot and details from Brian Ewing.
  2. robschwager said: No, it makes you HUMAN. Ya nerd.
  3. introvertedart reblogged this from brianewing and added:
    For the life of me I can’t get an electric eraser to work for me…at least when it comes to removing ink…
  4. brianewing posted this