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Good quality but small container.
Not really happy on how big the containers are for the price but i cant really complain. At my "local" Hobby lobby windsor and newton products are really expensive. And i have local in qotations cause its like a half hour drive without trafic to get there. anyway its water resistant and ink resistant. Ink resistant meaning ive tried other water based inks with it and holds up well. however it depends on what type of paper you use. i used a heavy duty water color cold pressed paper. so keep in mind that it moght be diffrent with a lighter paper.ALSO FOR THE PEOPLE BUYING THE WATERPROOF BLACK INK. I will let you know walmart sells Rowney products and you can get thier black ink for cheeper. 4This is the India ink you're looking for.
Finally, a solid, opaque, actually waterproof ink! Oh, how I have searched for you.Heavily pigmented, the ink flows smoothly and is relatively to create different variations of lines and circles. Plays well with other mediums, stands up to watercolor paints and/or alcohol based markers over the top of it. This ink does everything I wish all the other inks I own would do. Winsor Newton India Ink is now at the top of my list. I'm telling everyone about this ink!
I bought the gold--and it's wonderful!! Fair warning--for anyone who may not know--you need to wash your brushes and nibs IMMEDIATELY after use. Rinse them throughout use if you're doing a large project. This stuff seems to dry and cement things together. (Even the lid to the bottle! I had a friend who smashed hers open trying to get the cap back off!) so just be thorough in your cleaning. This is, by no means, a negative for this product, though! It honestly looks like gold foil has been laid down and you'll love the look of it! The pigment swirls and settles so gently swish it before use. Lovely product! Would buy again!
5//shakes bottle vigorously
- - - Ink - - -Pros:- opaque (it shows up on black!)- mesmerizing to look at it- nice yellow-gold colorCons:- kind of difficult to use at first- - - ink separates really quickly (like it even separates on your brush if you're slow)- - - you have to work fast or just keep shaking the bottle as you go- a little too thick for dip pens; it doesn't flow down smoothly- - - Other Notable Things - - -- you can get really nice gradient effects since it separates quickly- using a brush is easier- bottle is really small it's 3.5 cm (widest part on bottom) x 4 cm (height)- bottle is my aesthetic- apply some sort of lubricant around the threads of the bottle (where you screw the cap on)- - - it will get clogged and it will have the strength of Arima Kishou if you don't- - - you can try to get the cap off by soaking it in boiling water if it gets clogged- - - Overall - - -Despite all the cons, this is my favorite medium to use. I really love this shade of gold, it's not too rosy or coppery/green. It's kind of hard to use at first; but it adds a nice touch to drawings and doodles. It's also really pretty to look at, overall I recommend this product to anyone who wants a metallic and challenging medium.
5Beautiful ink that requires a bit of patience.
I bought this ink because of @captainnib on instagram. He does quick writing samples and uses this ink for his "glittery gold" writing.I do really like this ink and have used it quite a bit in less than a week. This is definitely an ink you need to be patient with though. I give it a good shake upside down before opening and leave a toothpick in the ink well to stir between loading the nib. This seems to work well so far but I have to stir and reload about every 4-7 letters.I do have Pearl Ex pigments I may add to the ink solution as the gold sediment seems to be diminishing.The ink is definitely NOT waterproof, so you may need to use a protectant spray if you want it to last. This is also nice for clean up though, I've accidently dripped ink off my nib several times while stirring the sediment. I should really put my pen down but sometimes... you just get impatient lol.Overall the gold dances as it dries, and looks wonderful when set. The only other medium that comes close is my Finetec Watercolor pan in 630 Arabic Gold (which I use for brush calligraphy). Would recommend if you are willing to constantly mix the sediment. :)
4Beautiful ink that's mesmerizing to look at.
Pros:-Mesmerizing just to look at, sometimes I just open the bottle to look at the ink swirling and moving inside, as if its alive.-The ink shows up on dark colors. I was scared that it wouldn't show up that well, but it is opaque and the gold pigment is dense enough that there are not that many gaps.-You can use it for drawing or writing fancy letters, it worked pretty well with my dip pens and also works when you use a brush.Cons:-Everyone else said it, but the ink separates VERY FAST. Shake it well before you use it and shake it every now and then while using it.-Not really a con, just a word of caution but make sure to wipe off any stuff if theres anthing on the outer rim. It'll get hard and the next time you try to open it, you won't be able to. Unless you got some super strength lol.Overall really nice, easy to use! The ink bottle is small, but it will still last you a while.
Flows FLAWLESSLY. Much better than the Windsor and Newton Gold which needs to constantly be mixed/shaken/diluted. This ink is GORGEOUS & I love love love love it.Great shimmer, wonderful flow, not too runny but goes on smooth. Dries quicker than most. I haven't compared it to other silver tone inks but I haven't needed to get anything else.
5Smooth, black ink for comic art.
I have already used this product before. Sadly, I've had trouble finding it locally. I do comic illustration and this is the best ink to get a smooth and rich black when inking. I just got a set of brush pens and hoped they worked with this ink and they do! Just use the dropper to fill the reservoir. Hold it britles down for a few minutes and you'll see the ink flowing down.
5Troublesome but lovely
I do like this ink. It's incredibly metallic, with a highly reflective shine that beats out every other gold ink I've tried - Spectralite, Finetec, Lumiere, Dr. Martin's Iridescent - and it has a genuinely gilt look to it. The ink is made of bronze particles in solution, so it's actually metal, which gives it that golden look other inks just can't create.This does create some problems, though. The bronze is far heavier than the liquid, so it separates much quicker than most metallics or iridescents - almost immediately, the bronze begins sinking and the concentration quickly degrades. I'd actually recommend using this on a magnetic stir-plate to keep the bronze evenly distributed, otherwise you'd have to shake or stir it every other minute or so.The bronze also leads to a few issues with the adherence and visual quality; I'd advise burnishing the ink after it dries because it dries with a glittery, rough, speckled quality instead of a smooth, metal sheet. But be careful with the burnishing - too much pressure can actually make the ink flake off.Overall, I'd recommend this if you want a truly metallic ink that actually looks gilt, but it will have some handling issues.
This is a very nice ink. I don't have much experience with other inks, so I can't compare very thoroughly, but it definitely satisfies all my ink needs. You just have to remember to shake it before using it and like others have said, clean very well. I have had the hardest time trying to get the cap off after the ink has sealed it shut and end up using rubber gloves for several minutes. That is the only downside.I bought this with the intention to use it for multimedia projects. I also thought I might only need this and not gold paint as well, but I don't think it is a good replacement because it is very runny. (It is ink after all.) In any case, it can be used on some things, but you have to be careful. I tried painting a polymer clay sculpture with it and then painting glazing over it, but the glaze caused the ink to come off even when the ink was dry. I ended up just dripping the glaze on and letting it dry without actually painting it over with the brush. That way it did not come off. But I will probably not be trying that again.As for the white, it can be used instead of white paint in certain circumstances because it is a bit more opaque, but again you have to experiment a bit. It is harder to draw on afterwards with marker or pen because it is harder and shinier when it dries. (Paint is matte.) But it is a lot smoother than paint when it dries. So it is great if you are not intending to draw on it afterwards.Even so, if I need other colors of ink (right now I only have white, gold, and silver), I will be buying this brand.
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Winsor & Newton Drawing Ink Bottle, 14ml, Sunshine Yellow