Drawing Inks 14ml – Winsor & Newton

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Winsor & Newton’s famous drawing inks are formulated from a series of soluble dyes in a superior shellac solution. Apply them with a brush, pen, or airbrush. They are widely used by illustrators, designers, calligraphers, and artists.

These brilliant colors are fully inter-mixable and they are easily diluted (with distilled water). Fast drying and water resistant. They have excellent adhesion on most surfaces.

The 14 ml (½ oz) glass bottles have an oversized base, so they are difficult to overturn or spill. The labels on the bottles, and even the boxes they come in, are themselves timeless works of art.

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Winsor & Newton’s famous drawing inks are formulated from a series of soluble dyes in a superior shellac solution. Apply them with a brush, pen, or airbrush. They are widely used by illustrators, designers, calligraphers, and artists.

These brilliant colors are fully inter-mixable and they are easily diluted (with distilled water). Fast drying and water resistant. They have excellent adhesion on most surfaces.

The 14 ml (½ oz) glass bottles have an oversized base, so they are difficult to overturn or spill. The labels on the bottles, and even the boxes they come in, are themselves timeless works of art.

Each label has been individually designed and contains a unique and whimsical illustration that features the color itself. Many of Britain’s finest illustrators contributed to the series.

  • 14 ml Bottles
  • Includes: Black Indian Ink ( Waterproof) & Black Liquid Indian Ink ( Non-waterproof)
  • Colour: Blue, Brick Red, Brilliant Green, Burnt Sienna, Canary Yellow, Carmine, Cobalt, Crimson, Deep Red, Emerald, Gold, Nut Brown, Orange, Peat Brown, Purple, Scarlet, Silver, Sunshine Yellow, Ultramarine, Vermilion, Violet, Viridian, White.
  • Instructions are included
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