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Speedball 2-Ounce India Ink, Super Black
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- Super black india inks are specially formulated for making clean images with speedball pens
- Contains 100 percent black pigment
- Superior lightfastness
- Waterproof drawing inks
- Available in 2-ounce
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Super black India inks are specially formulated for making clean images with Speedball pens. Ideal for drawing, cartooning, lettering, calligraphy, airbrushing, scratchboards. Waterproof drawing inks. Contains 100 percent black pigment. No dyes. Superior lightfastness. Available in 2-ounce. Conforms to ASTM D4236. Imported.
Top Customer Reviews
It dries relatively rapidly, though if you use a thick line, you'll want to use a blotter before putting anything on top of what you wrote. It flows relatively evenly and smoothly. And it's permanent once it's dried. But it's the versatility and overall quality of the ink that makes it a five star item in my book.
I've used this on paper, parchment, wood, leather and many other porous surfaces and have never been disappointed by its quality or durability. It doesn't appear to fade at all. It will even stay in place when varnished over for a higher gloss (I've used tung oil and leather varnish over it). On cloth, be aware, this stuff will NOT wash out. (I wear a lot of black.) But each application returns the same reliable results. It goes on, dries fast, and seems to last forever.
A little goes a very long way, too.
It only sticks permanently to porous surfaces, though, so it'll come off anything it's spilled on that is non-porous using rubbing alcohol and some patience.
I bought about three of these a few years ago and have just gotten my next three. For the price, versatility and convenience, not to mention quality, it just can't be beat.
FYI, it's much less expensive (and in a bigger bottle) from Quality Arts - a store in Boise that also has online ordering. (I'm not affiliated with that store in any way I just stumbled on it when I went to visit family and was shocked how inexpensive everything was.)