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Cassie's Favorites: Inks & Pigments

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"Finetecs are a creamy dream to work with. Usually my first choice for metalic colors.

Finetec Artist Mica Watercolors

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"The best way to get thick custom colors with custom flow. These dry matte."

 Winsor & Newton Designers' Gouache

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"Custom make your shade with different ratios. Love the in-balance and shine."

Walnut Ink Crystals

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"The best white on the market hands down. Just buy this one. Trust me."

Dr. Ph. Martin's Bleedproof White

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"A rich lusty black. This is my go-to black. Shiny and opaque. Does have a smell when wet."

 Sumi Moon Palace (Kaimei Sumi Ink)

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"This is is smooth and heavenly. Mix it with some gum arabic for nib use. "

PILOT Iroshizuku Ink

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"Formulated as a historic ink. It comes in several colors. An Industry staple."

McCaffery's Penman's Ink

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"You'll love it or loathe it. It's great for beginners and practice pages."

Higgins (Eternal)

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"Like Finetec these loose powders are great for custom blending your own colors."

Jacquard Pearl EX Powder Pigments

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"These inks come in a wide color range and  are great right out of the bottle."

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"This 'ink' is more of a glue. Use gold leaf to make your letters pop off the page."

Kolner Miniatum Ink

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"You can beat the classic thousand-year-old pigments straight from the source."

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