Winsor and Newton inks are notable thanks to their artist quality, that has been perfect for professional and hobbyists since the 1890s. Suitable for a range of art projects and styles, including for illustrators, designers and calligraphists, these inks are made from soluble dyes combined with a shellac binder and are non-permanent apart from a few exceptions.
Additional benefits of these inks include the fact that they are water-soluble to start with but are water-resistant when dry, allowing you to get creative with them and apply them thickly, dilute them, or even work over them once dry. So why not get some inks today and start using them in your next creative endeavour?
Winsor and Newton Drawing Ink
Winsor & Newton drawing inkis ideal for the artist who loves to get highly creative whilst drawing. With bright bold colours available, as well as rich blacks, you can use these inks for a rich gloss finish, or dilute them to increase transparency, or even work over them once they’re dry. Plus their quality has been known since the 1890s, so every artist can be sure that a Winsor and Newton Drawing Ink pot is going to be of the highest quality.
Winsor and Newton Ink Set
There are two main Winsor & Newton Ink Set available, the Winsor and Newton William Collection and the Winsor and Newton Henry Collection. Both come with a range of colours suitable for artists, as well as a booklet explaining different techniques, so if you’re a beginner to the world of inking, or a more advanced artist who wants to try something different, either of these ink sets will make a great addition to your art supply collection.
Winsor and Newton Ink Supplies
If you’re just starting out on your art journey, or are an experienced artist, we’ve got the perfect Winsor and Newton art supplies for you to use in the creation process. Whether you use Winsor and Newton ink on its own or as part of something else, such as part of a mixed media collage, we have the Winsor and Newton supplies to suit whatever you might be creating. If you’re just starting out on your art journey and aren’t sure of what media to use, then don’t hesitate to get in touch with us if you need recommendations.