|Eraser tool works like an eraser. It is used to erase unwanted portions of an image.|
|How to erase?|
Select "eraser tool".
(ii) Drag over the unwanted portion of image.
|Eraser options :|
|When you click in the option tray, you find five eraser options:|
|Erase normal mode:erases both lines and fills .|
|Erase Fills: erases only fills but lines are not affected.|
|Erase Lines :erases only lines but fills are not affected.|
|Erase Selected Fills: erases only the selected portion and it does not affect lines(whether they are selected or unselected).|
|Erase Inside :This eraser mode is a little bit technical. It erases only when you begin erasing from inside the image. If you begin erasing from an empty point, nothing will be erased. Lines are not affected.|
|Faucet Modifier :|
|This erasing modifier is used to remove entire fills or line segments.|
Select eraser tool. Click "faucet"mode
(ii) Click inside of object to erase fill color.
(iii) Click on the outline to erase outlines of object.
|Eraser shape and size|
|Click blue area of this option and choose eraser shape and size.|
|Erase all items on the stage|
|Double click the eraser tool.|
|Remember: eraser tool is much more than the described here. It is not only an eraser. By using eraser tool we can create a number of excellent effects. We discuss these effects in "animation lessons"|