I’m putting some of my dust jackets in Brodart covers. The white backing looked so harsh behind the fairly grubby dust jacket for this book so I tried non-watercolor pencils to color in behind some of the larger holes. Should the non-watercolor pencils be rubbed with wax paper or anything else to protect the interior of the jacket? Or is it just better to get some acid-free colored paper?
Below are some pics of the jacket and of how the front looks with some coloring on the back sheet of the protector. I know it looks pretty amateur but trying to do the best I can with my budget lol.
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