There are many different types of evidence that ghosts might leave behind in Demonologist; some leave Ectoplasm, some respond to the Spirit Box, and others will draw art on Easel Canvases. If you're wondering how to get ghosts to interact with the Easel Canvas or how to get one in the first place so ghosts can draw on it, you're not alone; many players wonder how to get this item since it's not given to you in your starter kit.
In this guide, we'll walk you through how to use the Easel Canvas and how to get easel drawings and art from ghosts. You can use Easel Drawings, or lack thereof, as evidence to identify the ghost you're dealing with at any given location.
How To Use The Easel Canvas In Demonologist
To use the Easel Canvas, you'll need to make sure that you've purchased one and brought it along with you for your ghost hunt. The Easel Canvas can be purchased from the in-game shop before a match in the safehouse. One Easel costs $1,300. This is pretty pricy, so you'll likely need to save up before you can get your hands on one.
Once you've bought one, all you need to do is bring it along with you once you head out to a location. Then, you can put it down in any room on the map. You'll ideally want to place the Easel Canvas near where you've seen ghostly activity to encourage the ghost to draw on it.
Once you've placed your Easel, you'll need to leave the room for a little while and check back later. Ghosts can be shy and won't draw on the Easel in your presence. You can spend this time setting up other tools or exploring the map.
Some ghosts won't respond to the Easel at all if they are one of Demonologist's ghost types that don't have easel art as a type of evidence. Either way, it can be helpful to bring along an Easel to help you narrow down what kind of ghost you're dealing with, whether they draw a picture for you or not.
That's how to get and use the Easel Canvas in Demonologist. Using these tips and strategies, you should be able to get a response from the ghost on the canvas - or, if the ghost doesn't respond to the easel canvas at all, you'll still be able to use that info to help you narrow down its identity.