Winsor & Newton Drawing Inks have been used by illustrators since their introduction by Winsor & Newton in the 1890's, where the main requirement is brilliance of colour. Today they are formulated from a series of soluble dyes in a superior shellac solution. These inks can be applied with a brush, a dip pen or an airbrush and are widely used by designers, calligraphers and artists as well as illustrators.The range comes in 24 colours including Liquid Indian Ink, a water based solution of traditional chinese stick ink. This is the standard lettering ink used by calligraphers (which is not water resistant).
Winsor & Newton Drawing Ink