Is there a way to counter this?

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Old 09 September 2011   #1
Is there a way to counter this?

When I draw, I tend to have pictures that come out EXCESSIVELY dark. Like, from a distance, the picture looks black when it's supposed to be a pale person.
And when I draw something for a long time, the eraser just doesn't do it anymore. It becomes just a blur of smudgy graphite.
I have a painfully hard time drawing something like a pale person. Even when I do my most slight shading, it comes out looking exaggerated and extremely dark.
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Old 09 September 2011   #2
I answered your question in your other thread in the WIP section.
 
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