Gamblin Etching Ink Colors

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Gamblin Etching Inks were formulated at the request of professional printmakers in the Pacific Northwest USA who wanted strong reliable inks for edition printing. The palette of pure intense pigments offers a broad range of color mixing potential.Gamblin Etching Inks are professional quality.

Made in Portland USA.

Use the highest quality binders, can be mixed like oil paint, are lightfast.

(See Blacks in other selection)

Hansa Yellow Light: Is a cool yellow. Cleaner in masstone, brighter in tint and more transparent than a Cad Yellow Light. Excellent for mixing intense oranges and greens.

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Gamblin Etching Inks were formulated at the request of professional printmakers in the Pacific Northwest USA who wanted strong reliable inks for edition printing. The palette of pure intense pigments offers a broad range of color mixing potential.Gamblin Etching Inks are professional quality.

Made in Portland USA.

Use the highest quality binders, can be mixed like oil paint, are lightfast.

(See Blacks in other selection)

 

Hansa Yellow Light: Is a cool yellow. Cleaner in masstone, brighter in tint and more transparent than a Cad Yellow Light. Excellent for mixing intense oranges and greens.

 

Yellow Ochre: Clay and silica colored with various kinds of iron oxides, muted earthy yellow brown with good hiding power and muted tint.

 

Sepia: A rich warm earth color in both its’ masstone and transparency.

 

Napthol Red: Modern organic warm red that closely matches Cadmium Red Medium in masstone. Makes more intense tints, more transparent.

 

Quinacridone Red: Cool lightfast modern red with high key tint. Useful in place of Alizarin Crimson where more intense masstone and mixtures are desired.

 

Ultramarine Blue: One of the few mineral colors that is completely transparent. Lightfast with moderate tinting strength.

 

Prussian Blue: Warm blue with more muted tint than Phthalo Blue. It has a high tinting strength, is lightfast, and is especially beautiful in its transparency.

 

Phthalo Green: A dark bluish green more closely resembles Verdigris than Viridian. Has a very high tinting strength and transparency.

 

Etching White: An opaque white useful in creating tints.

 

Transparent Base: Can be added to ink to increase transparency of a color while maintaining the inks stiffness and tack.

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Ink Colour

Dioxazine Purple S3 434gm tin, Etching White S1 434gm tin, Hansa Yellow Light S3 434gm tin, Napthol Red S2 434gm tin, Phthalo Green S2 434gm tin, Prussian Blue S2 434gm tin, Quinacridone Red S3 434gm tin, Sepia S2 434gm tin, Transparent Base S1 434gm tin, Ultramarine Blue S2 434gm tin, Yellow Ochre S1 434gm tin