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FW Artists' Acrylic Ink 29.5ml Antelope Brown 222
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Daler-Rowney FW Ink is an acrylic pigment-based, water-resistant ink with a high degree of lightfastness and intermixability. FW Acrylic Inks can be used straight out of the dropper, or diluted to achieve the most subtle of tones, very similar in character to watercolour. Such washes will dry to a water-resistant...
Daler-Rowney FW Ink is an acrylic pigment-based, water-resistant ink with a high degree of lightfastness and intermixability. FW Acrylic Inks can be used straight out of the dropper, or diluted to achieve the most subtle of tones, very similar in character to watercolour. Such washes will dry to a water-resistant film on virtually all surfaces (please prepare your surface and test on a small area in advance) and successive layers of colour can be laid over.
FW Acrylic Inks are versatile. FW inks can be applied using traditional brushes, but also work well through airbrushes, technical pens, and paint markers making them ideal for producing technical illustrations and finely worked drawings. The expressive fluidity of acrylic inks is suitable for use by fine artists, illustrators, graphic designers, calligraphers, decorative artists and hobbyists.
We love to use these inks in our Resin8® branded resins to produce stained glass style transparent results.
Lou’s Top Tip: Acrylic Ink is a great pigment choice for colouring resin: with 1-2 drops per 60ml mix of resin you'll achieve beautiful transparent tinted resin hues. These water-based inks work beautifully when mixed with other pigments within the range - try experimenting to create your own bespoke colours.
Shake them to wake them - the pigment in these inks will settle in the jar - please give them a good shake before use (with the lid on!)
An essential paint medium, these inks are perfect for the everyday all round crafter. Use them for watercolour art, cardmaking, stamping, printing and all mixed media crafts. Your mighty glass jar of ink will last and last, and it can even be diluted with a spritz of water when it's coming to the end.
For all practical applications these acrylic inks are classed as non-toxic. However, we suggest wearing nitrile gloves, or using a barrier cream while working with epoxy resin and we advise against eating, drinking or smoking while working.