Universal Rapidograph Waterproof Ink 3080F, Black, 3/4 oz
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- Ideal to be used in fine art, craft, calligraphy or airbrush applications
- All drawing inks can be confidently used in Rapidograph technical pens, airbrush, crow quill and dip pens
- Great guaranteed quality, consistency and vibrantly colored
- Extremely versatile and waterproof
- Comes in many different colors (Each Sold Separately)
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Universal Drawing Ink can be used in fine art, craft, calligraphy or airbrush applications. All drawing inks can be confidently used in Rapidograph technical pens, airbrush, crow quill and dip pens. Our patented formulations guarantee quality, consistency and vibrancy. Universal Drawing Ink is an extremely versatile waterproof drawing ink for use on paper, vellum, drafting film or tracing paper. It is fast drying, erasable from drafting film, mixable and comes in many colors (Each sold separately).
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So: This Universal ink goes on translucent, thus it looks more like light gray when drawn on a black background.
The Dr. P.H. Martin's Pen-White ink comes out opaque and white on a dark background.
Both are fine products, and it depends on what effect you are looking for, as to which you would buy.
The point is, if you want to write a good hand, one ought to reason backward from the ink to the pen, not the other way round. Find the best ink you can, then find the best pen that will use that ink. Ironically even when cost is no object, the best ink costs about $4 / 3 euros, a bottle and the best pen that will use it is the Staedtler MarsMatic for $28 / 20 euros.
It has been commented here that it is expensive - five dollars an ounce is twenty dollars for five ounces, $160 per quart, as much as very good scotch. But the volume of ink a technical pen uses is proportional to the square of the diameter of the nib. One can write volume after volume, year after year, with a 0.30 mm nib and still not begin to use up a 3/4 ounce bottle. So pony up the $4 and get over it. :o)