Colour depth, rich colours and different light intensities can be created by repeated laydowns of the same colour.
The waterbased ink with watercolour characteristics allows it to create brilliant colour mixtures and bright colour shades by interfering areas with each other.
Mixing Technique with Pitt Artist Pen White:
You can use white Pitt Artist Pens in combination with coloured Pitt Artist Pens to create colour blends ranging from soft to strong. There are two ways of mixing white with other India ink colours.
The India ink of the Pitt Artist Pen develops a dynamic flowability in wet areas. Once dry, the colour is waterproof, permanent and can be painted over.
The dry Pitt Artist Pen can be worked over with a water-soluble Albrecht Dürer pencil or watercolour without dissolving again. The luminance and colour depth remains intensive and stable.
The Pitt Artist Pen is available in various line widths. This way the artist may select from a range of fine nibs to brush tip, depending on the type of nib that is needed for creating the artwork. By varying the angles of holding the brush tip, one can create manifold line widths and areas.