Tom Norton Artists WALNUT DRAWING INK Sepia Calligraphy Illustration Lightfast
Tom Norton Walnut Drawing Ink
42ml. Darkening Medium
Walnut Ink Darkening Medium is great for adding an extra "punch" to Walnut Ink drawings.
Darkening Medium is a better choice than India Ink, which sacrifices Walnut Ink's unique watercolor characteristics and compromises the ability to lift colour or lighten areas. Because it is heavily pigmented and made using the same binder as Walnut Ink, Darkening Medium can be added to or mixed with Walnut Ink without changing the original working properties.
Although Darkening Medium can be used straight from the bottle, it is so heavily pigmented that it will behave more like a sumi ink by staining the paper and not lifting as easily as Walnut Ink.
This fadeproof, watersoluble darkening medium is acid-free and archival.
Walnut Drawing Ink has a full, warm colour that looks great with either a pen or brush and is very lightfast. Available in 70ml. or 290ml. bottles.
The Walnut Drawing Stick is two tools in one — a bamboo-tipped nib on one end, and a felt pen on the other. Change from drawing to washing with a twist of the wrist!
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