Daniel Smith

Daniel Smith Walnut Ink

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SKU:
I145
UPC:
743162030200
MPN:
DS284270001
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I145. Daniel Smith Walnut Ink 2 oz. This finely pigmented sepia tone ink works well for writing and washes. Being pigmented, this Walnut ink will not fade like other Walnut inks. In washes, the ink ha…

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I145. Daniel Smith Walnut Ink 2 oz.

This finely pigmented sepia tone ink works well for writing and washes. Being pigmented, this Walnut ink will not fade like other Walnut inks. In washes, the ink handles like a transparent watercolor, with good layering and lifting capabilities. - Lightfast - Non acidic - low staining - Good for calligraphy, drawing, and painting

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6 Reviews

  • 5

    ink

    Posted by Anna on Apr 30th 2024

    This is the first time I have used a walnut ink and I love it. It dries to a sepia tone which gives my calligraphy a vintage feel. I really appreciate the wide mouth jar it comes in, too.

  • 5

    Virkelig en super positiv oplevelse

    Posted by Troels Laursen on Mar 25th 2024

    Jeg har prøvet nogle forskellige typer blæk, nogle er jeg blevet glad for, og andre har været en skuffelse. Efter at jeg flere gange har set, at andre har talt positivt om valnød blæk, har jeg været lidt nervøs for om de var betalt for at skrive noget positivt. Det undskylder jeg for nu. Jeg er helt utrolig positivt overrasket over stort set alt ved den. Det er helt sikkert ikke sidste gang jeg køber det. (Translation) I have tried a few different types of ink, some I have been happy with and others have been a disappointment. After I have seen several times that others have spoken positively about walnut ink, I have been a little nervous about whether they were paid to write something positive. I apologize for that for now. I am incredibly positively surprised by almost everything about it. It's definitely not the last time I buy it.

  • 5

    Excellent medium

    Posted by Delaine Faulkner on May 12th 2022

    Add these crystals to water to make a wonderful fluid for writing. The ink can be layered with other watercolours or metallics & may be lifted to create lighter negative shapes or writing. A lovely way to create interesting work.

  • 5

    Daniel Smith Walnut Ink

    Posted by Louise C. Radanovich on Mar 21st 2022

    Very smooth, pleasing brown ink. An unexpected quality is that it flows generously and when blotted has a golden glow. Sort of shading, sort of sheening. I like it.

  • 5

    I like the old bottle better

    Posted by Bob Therrien on Feb 11th 2022

    I like the old bottle better, but it's the same ink and the same amount. I've been using this ink for many years, to practice mostly: it's reliable and very rarely does it bleed--it does not bleed on the John Neal grid paper, and that's what I use to practice on. Clean up is easy.

  • 5

    Deep Brown Color

    Posted by Bekka on Nov 9th 2021

    Daniel Smith walnut ink has a nice, deep brown color. I use it in a broad-edged pen. It flows well from my pen.

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