Writing sample of gouache ink

Trying out a different writing style



Ink storage.  These are bead containers that can be purchased at craft stores



See the metallic sediment?  It is pretty when it glistens in water



Nibs used for writing samples.  From the bottom:  Brause Cito, unknown nib, Blue Pumpkin, and Brause Pfanne


4 thoughts on “Gouache Ink

  1. Dear Zeynep, sorry to confuse you! What I did was to mix a metallic color gouache (silver, bronze, copper, or gold) with an appropriate amount of water. That is it! There is already metallic specks in the gouache, so no additional shimmer is needed.


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