|Rembrandt, Leonardo Da Vinci and Vincent Van Gogh are just a few of the artists that have used walnut ink in their drawings!|
"With Tom Nortons Walnut Drawing Ink® you will experience the richness of color and superior rendering capablilites loved by the worlds most famous artists. Our ink is intensely pigmented, water soluble and creates beautiful warm browns. Outstanding performance with watercolour techniques such as layering to darken tones or adding water for light washes. You can also use a wet brush to lift colour.
Walnut Drawing Ink
Tom Norton Walnut Drawing Ink® owes its reputation for supreme quality to its unique formula which uses premium imported pigment. Experience the unique characteristics and beauty of the ink used by the Old Masters without the acidic qualities of the old formula that fades, is highly acidic and damages paper over time. Tom Norton Walnut Drawing Ink® is extremely lightfast."
70ml - Walnut Drawing Ink - Tom Norton
290ml - Walnut Drawing Ink - Tom Norton
|NEW! Darkening Medium |
"Tom Nortons Darkening Medium® is not an ink but an additive to be used to darken the original ink when a drawing needs that extra punch. Some artists will add black india ink to darken the colour of Walnut Ink. This will work but you will sacrifice the unique watercolour characteristics of the ink and lose the ability to lift colour or lighten areas.
The Darkening Medium® is very heavily pigmented and made with the same binder as the original so it can be added or mixed with Tom Nortons Original Ink® without changing its working properties. It can also be used straight from the bottle. However, it is so heavily pigmented it will behave more like a Sumi ink and stain the paper and not lift as easily as the original."
30ml Walnut Darkening Medium - Tom Norton