Acid-free, archival quality pigmented acrylic inks are available in rich, vivid colors. Inks are waterproof and lightfast. Ideal for calligraphy, drawing, painting, stamping, airbrush, and more. 12 ml (0.50 oz.) plastic jars.
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Can these acrylic (or any acrylic) inks be used with Speedball steel brushes?- Asked by Karen LoCicero on 05-Aug-13
If you clean them immediately, and you can thin them with a bit of water if it seems too thick for the steel brush tool to handle.- Answered by MisterArt on 06-Aug-13
Can I thin Speedball gold pigmented acrylic ink?- Asked by jwhody on 26-Jun-13
A lot of inks just plain spoil if they are sitting for a long time, similar to milk souring. You could attempt to thin it (with water, since acrylic is water-based) and see if it helps.- Answered by MisterArt on 26-Jun-13
Does the Speedball Super pigmented gold ink show up on dark paper?- Asked by Kara on 18-Jun-13
Upon asking the people at Speedball this question, they told me it will show up on dark paper, but you may have to put on a second coat. We do have a marker that's called the Pilot gold and silver pens that are actually paint in a pen. We have them by Sharpie, as well (Sharpie paint pens). These will work on black paper, really opaque, but you may be wanting to brush it on, or use it in a pen of your own. Another trick some artists use is to mix gold gouache with a little water, to make an ink like consistency, and that is very opaque. A friend who was a calligrapher did this with her calligraphy pens.- Answered by MisterArt on 18-Jun-13
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