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
"Custom make your shade with different ratios. Love the in-balance and shine."
Walnut Ink Crystals
"The best white on the market hands down. Just buy this one. Trust me."
Dr. Ph. Martin's Bleedproof White
"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)
"This is is smooth and heavenly. Mix it with some gum arabic for nib use. "
PILOT Iroshizuku Ink
"Formulated as a historic ink. It comes in several colors. An Industry staple."
McCaffery's Penman's Ink
"You'll love it or loathe it. It's great for beginners and practice pages."
"Like Finetec these loose powders are great for custom blending your own colors."
Jacquard Pearl EX Powder Pigments
"These inks come in a wide color range and are great right out of the bottle."
"This 'ink' is more of a glue. Use gold leaf to make your letters pop off the page."