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Daler-Rowney Luma Bleedproof Ink White


What is Luma Ink?

Daler-Rowney Luma Ink is a water dilutable, opaque white watercolour that should feature in every artist’s toolbox. Favoured by amateur and creative artists across the globe, Luma Ink is ideal for rectifying small mistakes and adding highlights to artwork.

Daler-Rowney Luma Ink

Small errors can detract from any piece of work and should be corrected where possible. Should artists need to touch up their work, they can do so easily with Luma Ink. As Daler-Rowney Luma Watercolour Ink seamlessly covers mistakes, it is an excellent product for any artist to have in their arsenal. Unlike other inks on the market, Luma Ink has an extremely high opacity, making it appropriate for cleaning up edges and highlighting richer black inks. In addition to its unbeatable opacity, Luma Watercolour Ink is also fully bleed-proof and smear-resistant. The unmatched control offered by Luma Ink gives artists the reliable protection they need to produce incredible work. Though Luma Watercolour Ink is frequently used as a retouching tool, it can also be diluted with water for flooding and blending work. As Luma Ink is mixable with gouache and watercolours, it is also an excellent choice for artists who require multi-technique ink in their toolbox. With the ability to cover dyes, designers’ gouache colours, markers, and more, Luma Watercolour Ink is a versatile product that can be relied upon to fix artistic blunders.

Tools within the Luma Ink range

To achieve the most dynamic outcome with Daler-Rowney Luma Ink, it is recommended that you invest in smooth paper. As smooth paper creates polished linework, any corrections and highlighting will naturally appear more professional. Daler-Rowney’s Smooth Paper is ideal for pen and ink work, and with paper weighting ranging from 96gsm to 220gsm, artists can select the perfect base for the task at hand. The Luma Ink range also pairs beautifully with Daler-Rowney’s Aquafine Watercolour Inks and Calli Calligraphy Inks. Both ink ranges are perfect for several uses and techniques, offering excellent flow when used with a pen or brush. Due to the delicate and precise nature of calligraphy work, artists are bound to appreciate a chance to touch up imperfect linework with Luma Ink.