FW Artists' Ink is an acrylic based pigmented water resistant ink. Each color has an extremely high level of lightfastness, making them ideal for use by artists in the production of pictures for permanent display.
FW Inks can be used in a variety of applications, either full strength for a bold effect, or diluted for more subtle tones. They also work well with airbrushes and technical pens. The pigments used in the FW range are ground to a very small particle size, making FW one of the best non-clogging inks available. The ink will pass through a 0.18 mm technical pen as well as fine-line airbrush nozzles.
FW Inks can also be diluted substantially to achieve a subtlety of tones, very similar to watercolor. Resulting washes will dry to a water resistant film and successive washes can be overlaid in a highly predictable manner.
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Please note: The colors below are electronic approximations of the actual colors and may not match exactly. Please use for reference only.
****Permanent ***Normally Permanent (t)Transparent (o)Opaque
Overall Rating: 5.00 from 2 reviews.
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|Useful! (5/5)||Jan 25, 2009||Paulo A. Brennan||Omaha NE US|
|I have been using these inks for quite awhile now and can only say they are fantastic. It is especially hard to find a white ink that is of such quality. I love the finish of the opaque colors.,|
|best white I've found yet. (5/5)||Nov 19, 2007||Kyla|
|These inks are my absolute favorite. Some colors come as opaque, others as transparent, either way, they are pigmented, not dyed, which is generally better for color fastness and their color is great. Their white is the best, most opaque white I have ever been able to find. For opaque colors, these are the brand to get. The opaques are matte as well. It says whether they are opaque or transparent on the bottle and each also has a rating of its colorfastness. My only complaint is that it'd be nice to have a broader choice of colors, perhaps a periwinkle blue, but hey, you can't win 'em all. I highly recommend them.|