Daler Rowney FW Acrylic Artists' Inks
A range of 30 high quality acrylic inks. Water-based, but drying to a clear water-resistant finish. Non-clogging with a high degree of light- fastness. They are fully intermixable and can be used either neat for intense, brilliant colour or diluted to achieve a transparent wash. They are extremely versatile as they can be applied by brush, dip pen, ruling pen, technical pen (except metallics) and airbrush (except metallics).
Daler Rowney FW Pearlescent Acrylic Inks
A range of 21 shimmering pearlescent colours. Water-based, but drying to a light-fast, water resistant finish. Highly decorative and unusual effects can be achieved. Can be applied by brush, dip pen and ruling pen.
Winsor & Newton Artists' Drawing Inks
26 gorgeous colours formulated from soluble dyes in a shellac solution. They are extremely popular for the brilliancy and transparency of the colours. They are intermixable, water-resistant when dry (except liquid Indian) and can be diluted with distilled water. They can be applied with brush, dip pen, ruling pen or air brush. Apart from white, gold, silver and waterproof black these inks are NOT LIGHT FAST.
Rotring and Faber - Castell Drawing Inks and Cartridges
Highly opaque, waterproof, light fast pigment inks. Ideal for use in technical pens. (Rotring Isograph and Rapidograph, Faber- Castell TGI-S).
Quink Ink for Drawing and Writing
Can be used for calligraphy, art work and everyday writing.
Calligraphy Inks ( see Calligraphy )
All the previously mentioned inks can be used for calligraphy but the following have been designed specifically for that purpose.
- Daler Rowney Calli Inks - Highly pigmented, light fast and waterproof. For dip pens, ruling pens and brush.
- Winsor & Newton Calligraphy Inks - Similar qualities to Calli inks, but there is also a small range of colours suitable for use in a fountain pen.
- Manuscript and Rotring "Brillant" Cartridges - For use in fountain pens.
- Chinese Ink Sticks - Solid sticks of colour. Use with an ink stone to render the sticks into liquid.