I have had a few people ask me recently what type of white pigment ink pen I use on my work, especially the polymer clay love birds and white line drawings. So I thought that I would show you. It is a lot of fun, and rather time consuming but the results are durable, they don't fade and I can get the kind of detail I want. So if you are interested or have a budding artist in the family (hi Kelli) why not give it a try.
**I use Art Spectrum Pigment ink that I get from Riot Art, but any good art supply store or online should have it.
**As you can see, the top of the ink only has a small pouring hole so I use little resealable containers to dip my pen into when I am working. I also have blue tac on the base of the container so no spills happen.
**I bought these fine nibs in bulk on ebay a year or so ago.
**The nibs slip into the pen and are easy to remove and replace when they start to wear out. The pen also came from Riot Art
** I also use a lot of tissues to wipe ink build up of the nib while I am working. (but they looked very unattractive in the original photo)
I LOVE this white ink. It is quick drying and appears almost glossy, and like I said, unlike some white pens, it does not fade or soak into the material it is being applied to. I hope this info helps and if you give it a go, I would love to see the results :)