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Fluorescent Pink Daler Rowney FW Acrylic Ink

  • Daler Rowney FW Acrylic Inks are acrylic-based, pigmented, water-resistant artists’ inks with a high degree of lightfastness and intermixability.
  • FW Acrylic Ink can be used straight out of the dropper or diluted to achieve the most subtle of tones.
  • They are suitable for a variety of artistic applications, including fine art, illustration, graphic design, calligraphy, decorative art, and hobby art projects.
  • The inks are highly pigmented, offering rich hues that can be watered down to more subtle tones, and they can be applied using a brush, pipette, or airbrush.
  • The inks are also suitable for ink pouring techniques and can be used with the FW Acrylic Ink pouring medium.
  • The inks are water soluble and can be mixed with water to dilute the richness of colour for watercolour effects like washes.
  • The FW collection has a wide variety of colours to choose from, making it a versatile and comprehensive range of professional quality acrylic-based inks.
  • Pigment-based inks.
  • High lightfastness (3*).
  • Range of 45 colours, all of which have either a 3 or 4 star rating for permanence.
  • Fully intermixable colours.
  • Usable with airbrush and technical pens.
  • Daler Rowney FW Acrylic Inks are available in  29.5ml bottles.
  • Made in England.

 

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  • Daler Rowney FW Acrylic Inks are acrylic-based, pigmented, water-resistant artists’ inks with a high degree of lightfastness and intermixability.
  • FW Acrylic Ink can be used straight out of the dropper or diluted to achieve the most subtle of tones.
  • They are suitable for a variety of artistic applications, including fine art, illustration, graphic design, calligraphy, decorative art, and hobby art projects.
  • The inks are highly pigmented, offering rich hues that can be watered down to more subtle tones, and they can be applied using a brush, pipette, or airbrush.
  • The inks are also suitable for ink pouring techniques and can be used with the FW Acrylic Ink pouring medium.
  • The inks are water soluble and can be mixed with water to dilute the richness of colour for watercolour effects like washes.
  • The FW collection has a wide variety of colours to choose from, making it a versatile and comprehensive range of professional quality acrylic-based inks.
  • Pigment-based inks.
  • High lightfastness (3*).
  • Range of 45 colours, all of which have either a 3 or 4 star rating for permanence.
  • Fully intermixable colours.
  • Usable with airbrush and technical pens.
  • Daler Rowney FW Acrylic Inks are available in  29.5ml bottles.
  • Made in England.

 

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Basic guide on how to use Daler Rowney FW Acrylic Inks for various pouring techniques:

Preparation and Mixing:
Think about your colour design before preparing your pouring mix with FW Pouring Medium and System3, Aquafine, or FW Acrylic Ink.
Start preparing your pour in glasses or paper cups with a ratio of 1:1 medium to ink.
Transfer half of the ink into the medium and stir thoroughly with a palette knife or stick. Finish adding the rest of the ink and stir until you are happy with the fluidity and colour intensity.
Pouring Techniques:
Prepare as many colours as you like upfront.
Test the fluidity by lifting the palette knife out of the mixture; if it flows smoothly off the palette knife, you are ready to pour.
For a Traditional Pour, premix your colours and add each one to the desired surface separately.
For a Dirty Pour, combine multiple premixed colours into one container and pour from there to create unique patterns.
Puddle Pouring involves adding colours in a controlled manner to the center of the previously added colour.
Flip Cup technique entails flipping the container onto the canvas, allowing the paint to combine into new shapes.
Drying and Finishing:
After pouring, place your canvas on a flat surface and let it dry for 24 hours.
It is recommended to apply a shockproof clear varnish to protect your design and prepare it for display.

Surfaces:

Daler Rowney FW Acrylic Inks are suitable for use on various surfaces, including canvas, wood, and other primed surfaces.
However, for optimal results when using these inks, it is recommended to prepare your surface and test on a small area in advance to ensure compatibility and desired effects.
Hot press paper is a good option for using Daler Rowney FW Acrylic Inks. The smooth, untextured surface, is ideal for use with watercolours, and also works well with acrylic inks. The smoothness of the hot press paper can provide a consistent surface for the ink to flow, allowing for precise details and even washes.

What are Daler Rowney FW Acrylic Inks?
Daler Rowney FW Acrylic Inks are acrylic-based, pigmented, water-resistant artists’ inks with a high degree of lightfastness and intermixability
They can be used straight out of the dropper or diluted to achieve subtle tones

What are the features of Daler Rowney FW Acrylic Inks?
The inks are pigment-based, have high lightfastness, are fully intermixable, and can be used with airbrush and technical pens
They can be diluted to watercolours, making them watersoluble and water-resistant

What surfaces can be used with Daler Rowney FW Acrylic Inks?
The inks can be used on a variety of surfaces, including canvas, wood, and other primed surfaces
It is recommended to prepare the surface and test on a small area in advance to ensure compatibility and desired effects

What is the lightfastness of Daler Rowney FW Acrylic Inks?
The inks have a high degree of lightfastness, with a lightfastness rating of 3*
This means they resist fading when exposed to light, ensuring finished pieces stay vibrant, even when hanging in brightly lit areas

What are the benefits of using Daler Rowney FW Acrylic Inks?
The inks offer a high degree of lightfastness, intermixability, and can be used with various application methods, including brush, pipette, and airbrush
They are suitable for a wide range of artistic applications, including fine art, illustration, graphic design, calligraphy, decorative art, and hobby art projects

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