Acrylic Inks are growing in popularity and we stock some beautiful Acrylic Ink Art Brands; Ink – Art Spectrum & Amsterdam Inks.
Both work extremely well when mixed into Resin as well as Acrylic Artworks. You can mix to create your own colours or choose from the wide range of colours that both brands supply.
Ink – Art Spectrum – Are lightweight, water resistant, quick drying, exceptionally smooth flow and highly pigmented clean colours. Suitable for most clean, non-greasy surfaces including paper, wood, metal, glass, plastic, boards, fabric and act as a dye when used.
Amsterdam Inks – Are colourfast, waterproof when dry, odorless, lightfast and is ideal for acrylic pouring, calligraphy, watercolour effects, airbrushing & technical drawing. Huge range of colours to choose from including metallic & reflex fluorescent pigments, as well as having a specially designed dripper (pipette) or use with brush.
Ink – Art Spectrum Colours
Pigmented Inks are greatly superior to traditional dye based inks that fade rapidly.
strong, brilliant colours – Made in Australia
Clean, intense colours that dilute with water or best with their extender & mix with resin extremely well.
Fast drying, water resistant when dry
Exceptionally smooth flow
Gives even washes without patchiness.
Clean, bright, strong colours – allows for clean intermixing
May be overlaid for deeper tints
For pale tints add white. For deep tones add black.
Can be diluted for transparent water colour effects
Amsterdam Acrylic Inks 30ml
- 46 Brilliant artist quality acrylic inks (3 metallic & 4 reflex fluorescent)
- 30 ml per bottle
- Highly pigmented, water-based, quick drying & odourless
- Waterproof once dry
- Lightfast (except reflex colours)
- Specially designed dripper (pipette)
- Wide opening for use with brush or dip pen
- Can be used in conjunction with other acrylic paints & mediums
- Ideal for acrylic pouring, calligraphy, watercolour effects, airbrushing & technical drawing
- works perfectly in epoxy resins & provides a strong colour.
- Suitable for a variety of surfaces including watercolour paper, cardstock, wood, canvas and more
(Smooth surfaces like plastic and metal should be primed with a suitable primer first)