Nan-King indian ink
Lefranc & Bourgeois
For sugar lift technique.
Indian ink saturated with sugar (icing sugar is advised) is applied onto a well degreased plate. After the drawing is dry, plate is covered with a layer of light ground (thinned with turpentine). When the ground is almost dry, plate is soaked into a clean water tray and the ground lifts by being taken away by sugar.
This Indian ink is made by Lefranc & Bourgeois in the traditional manner from shellac and carbon black.
Available in 250ml glass bottles and 30ml glass dropper bottles.
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