Adirondack Pigment Pads and reinkers

by Ranger

hese rich colorful pigment inks give opaque coverage that air dries on matte paper surfaces. They are also embossable and can be heat set on gloss paper, vellum, mica, shrink plastic, metal, and glass.

The black stackable foam pad case features a removable lid with a tight seal and a vapor barrier for added protection. The inking surface is raised and the pad base is ergonomically designed for gripping. It is comfortable to use whether inking stamps or using the pad directly on paper. There are three color palettes to choose from: Light, Bright, and Earthtones. Bottled .5 fl. oz. reinkers are available for each color.



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Very bright, very fun. Color goes on medium well.

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Can Adirondack Pigment and Reinkers be used on paper with an encaustic coating?

- Asked by Jane Shook on 12-Mar-14
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These inks may achieve an interesting effect if applied on wax coated surfaces. As the ink air dries, the pigment should stick to the wax. If choosing to heat-set, the wax layer will melt and the ink will be temporarily fluid within the wax creating a different effect.

- Answered by MisterArt on 14-Mar-14

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Very bright, very fun. Color goes on medium well.

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