Sennelier Shellac-based Inks

Untitled-3This shellac-based ink is waterproof, and dries to a satin finish. It is great for both watercolor illustration and calligraphy.

Colors are blendable and can be reduced with a shellac-based thinner for various techniques. They have a high degree of water resistance without being indelible.

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Higgins Inks 29.5ml

higgins inkArtist-quality colors available in beautiful Fadeproof Pigment inks or in Waterproof Dye inks – perfect for sketching, drawing, writing, and mixed-media. Specialty inks include unique formulations designed for calligraphy, fountain pens, and paper.

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Talens Drawing Inks 490ml

talens inkFor refined and exacting drawing work. Can be thinned with water, waterproof once dry. Can be applied with brush, drawing-pen, technical drawing-pen and airbrush.

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Daler-Rowney FW Pearlescent Inks 29.5ml

dr pearl inkFW Pearlescent Inks are a unique range of 22 water-based acrylic colours producing a shimmering pearl effect.

Pigments are large in particle size so will not go through fine line nozzles for airbrushes, nor will they be suitable for technical pens or fountain pens. The best means of applying pearlescent colours is by using a dipper pen, ruling pen or brush.

These acrylic-based inks are water-soluble when wet, but dry to a water-resistant film on most surfaces. All colours are very to extremely lightfast.

This breakthrough in colour technology offers almost limitless creative potential in areas not normally associated with inks and includes applications to wood and leather (and to a limited degree, glass and ceramics) as well as to paper and board. All colours are intermixable. They are permanent and translucent, but work best if put down freely rather than applying successive layers of colours. The shimmering pearl effect created by these colours is startling, and there are many interesting and exciting ways of using FW Pearlescent Inks.

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