Rohrer & Klingner Drawing Indian Ink , Gold, 50 ml
For optical and technical reasons, a bronze pigment (copper alloy) is used for gold.
The ready-to-use, water-dilutable ink can be processed on paper, cardboard and wood with a brush, feather, drawing spring and airbrush (nozzle Ø: 0.5-0.8 mm).
Strongly absorbent substrates should be primed with a common primer in painting - e.g. a dispersion-based gesso.
Other substrates, such as fabric, metal or glass, must be tested for adhesion and wetting before painting.