Drawing Inks

Drawing Ink FAQs

Q: What is an alcohol ink?

A: Alcohol inks are fast-drying, pigmented alcohol-based inks. They can be used on a variety of art projects including glass, metal, plastic, leather, and even polymer clay. When the ink is applied, the alcohol will evaporate, leaving behind the pigmented dye.


Q: Where can I get alcohol ink?

A: Right here! We have a variety of alcohol inks to choose from, including gift sets that allow you to have a variety of colors for your projects.


Q: What is the best alcohol ink?

A: There are a variety of great alcohol inks on the market and in our selection. What works best for your project depends solely on you, the artist. For someone newer to using alcohol inks, the best one to use may be a cheaper one to help you get used to using them. If you are a professional, you’ll want a high-end option for your work as you are familiar with this medium.

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