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I'm afraid the hyperlink goes to the wrong Marc Summers on Wikipedia. The "Double Dare" host isn't the same person as the scratchboard artist.

I think there should be a section on Brian Pinkney, a rather well-known children's book illustrator who uses scratchboard almost exclusively. 05:04, 29 October 2007 (UTC)kiwifire

I don't think it's necessary to include blatant product placement for Adobe's prohibitively-priced software. For one thing, there are many other graphics applications, and more importantly, the act of making something as physical and crafted as scratchboard artwork is essentially the antithesis of computer-generated "art". Maybe I'm just being an old codger.

very very[edit]

"This technique can yield a very graphic image that can be very detailed."

What really is the difference between a "graphic image" and a "very graphic image"? — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 13:55, 9 June 2017 (UTC)