Indian ink, also known as Chinese ink in Belgium, is one of the oldest known types of ink. Artists love it! The ink is lightfast, deep black in color, and suitable for drawing, calligraphy, and airbrush.
The ink is made on the basis of pigment and shellac. You can dilute Indian ink with water. After drying, the ink is water-resistant. Indian ink is suitable for use on drawing paper and cardboard. You apply the ink finest with a drawing pen or watercolor brush.