Unleash your creativity with our range of artist inks! At Art To Art, we have a wide selection of artist inks including water-based acrylic inks, Indian inks & alcohol inks from brands like Amsterdam, Daler Rowney FW Inks, Derivan, Art Spectrum Inks, and Pinata Alcohol Inks. You can do just about anything with ink, airbrush, background washes, mixed media and more!
Alcohol inks: take your art to the next level with alcohol inks. Fast drying and colour-saturated, alcohol inks are a must for your next project. They can be used on a variety of surfaces, including glass, metal, wood and fabric, and can be intermixed to create new, vibrant colours.
Indian inks: the trusted ink for drawing, calligraphy and airbrush work. India inks offer a deep, concentrated black colour, but can be thinned with water for more shades. They’re waterproof once dry and are suitable for a range of surfaces.
Acrylic inks: like acrylic paint, acrylic inks are fast-drying, water-based and can be used on virtually any surface. Use them in dip pens, airbrushes, technical pens and with other various brushes to create beautiful art.
Printmaking ink: whether you’re doing relief, mono or screen printing, you can find the perfect match at Art to Art. All our printmaking inks have high quality pigments, offer a variety of colours and will give your artwork a professional finish.
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What ink do artists use?
It mostly depends on the type of art they’re creating, but the most common artist inks include:
What are art inks?
Art inks are liquid art mediums that are either black or brown, or feature a pigment or dye. They can be used for a variety of applications, including calligraphy, acrylic pouring, scrapbooking and fine art. They’re also suitable for a wide range of surfaces like watercolour paper, wood, canvas, resin and more.
How do you use acrylic artists' ink?
Acrylic inks can be added to pouring mediums and resins, or diluted to act like watercolour paint. You can use them in airbrushes, dip bens, technical pens or various paint brushes.