How do you thicken India ink?
To thicken India ink a person can use a little bit of talcum powder. India ink that is to be used for a tattoo should not be thickened using this method. This method is only to be used for fabric and other printing.
you dont..because its not tattoo ink. buy the real stuff.
make natural ink then thicken it
is black magic ink the same as India ink
India Ink is a very black ink. I believe it originally came from India and that is where the name originated.
India ink is a brownish black... For Sepia at least, no india ink is truly black (sucks right?).
India ink is some black ink used for printing,writing, and drawing.
INDIA INK and ONLY india ink. otherwise you're looking at potential blood poisoning.
India ink is a black writing and printing ink that has been around since the 4th century BCE. It originated in India and is still most common there.
India ink is called 'encre de Chine' in French.
Yes they have got colored India ink.
India Ink has written: 'A Blush With Death (Bath and Body Mysteries)'
Technically yes, but how do you know it is true India ink...Many inks used for drafting and such have 'fast dryers' in them to cause the ink to dry without blotting...These 'fast dryers' are know to have abrasive chemicals in them that do not set well in the skin without reactions.... Also many less than honest vendors will label a permanent ink as India ink just because it is somewhat permanent....And, if you see a… Read More
The Chinese Dynasty that invented India Ink was the Cao Wei Dynasty.
Commonly 'inku,' or in the case of India ink, 'sumi'.
Alone India ink will eventually fade. BUT mix the India ink with alcohol and you have a very permanent solution. I forget the exact quantities but im sure with a little research you can find the recipe.
Ink is a solution.
Chinese ink - encre de Chine.
If you mean India ink, the answer is no. India ink in made with carbon black and is not inherently waterproof. It must be made waterproof the same way other inks are made waterproof, by the addition of certain chemicals and compounds.
It's said that the original ink comes from India, though some speculate it may have actually come from China.
Encre de Chine. Literally: China ink
Many ancient cultures had ink that was used for writing. The oldest empires to use ink were China and India.
No it is a solution
India ink is a deep black ink that contains dispersed carbon particles, often used in drawing, technical graphics, and in biochemistry to detect the presence of microorganisms in body fluids.
India , i believe it is the origin of the dye "ink"
There is a special tree in India, and it has some kind of balls on it, and if you smash it you will get ink, so that's how you make Indian ink.
India Ink is a mix of carbon black ink, gum and resin and molded into sticks. It is mostly used as ink for tattoos since it gives a permanent line.
Chinese are known to be the first people to use and invent ink. Ink was invented by the Chinese in the 18th Century BC. The first known ink that was used in China was from natural plant dye, animal and mineral inks... India only started using ink in the 4th century BC. The oldest known variety of ink is Chinese Brush Ink which is still used in modern time and Japan and India started using… Read More
India ink has been used in India since at least the 4th century BC. Indian documents written in Kharosthi with this ink have been unearthed in as far as Xinjiang, China. The practice of writing with ink and a sharp-pointed needle was common practice since antiquity in South India. Several ancient Buddhist and Jain scripts in India were also compiled in ink. In India, the carbon black from which India ink is formulated was obtained… Read More
India Ink Black is a real great deep black, no blueblack or greyblack. Just real black. I love it!
India Ink is currently used mostly for drawing, especially in comic books and comic strips. However, it used to be commonly used for writing and printing.
yes but it is not that dark
Usually India ink.
Calligraphy pens...not tattoos.
Most ink now is soybean based. India ink is generally used in caligraphy yet evn that is has been replaced over the years.
Most office and art supply stores sell this ink. One brand you could look for is India ink.
For the love of God...you don't! Pen ink is toxic, and is not the same as tattoo "ink". The word "ink" is a misnomer. Tattoo ink is made up of non-toxic pigment. You'd be better off using India Ink if you must go the broke route.
SHUCCALOK! The famous multistore in India!
the hot tamale
Not while in liquid form; however, "India ink" after drying is almost pure carbon.
What ink can you use on practice tattoo skin inplace of tattoo ink dont want to wast the real ink of fake skin?
Usually I would be recommending people NOT to use India Ink, but if it is just for practice on fake skin, the India Ink will be more than satisfactory. Since what you are tattooing is more akin to plastic than skin, it won't bleed like it would in the skin, and will allow you to hone your lining skills.
sugar can thicken corn flour can thicken egg can thicken plain flour can thicken self raising flour can thicken depends on what your cooking...
Please don't use Higgins ink for tattoos. It's manufactured for use on paper, board and film and is not approved by the FDA for tattoo ink.
India ink can give the appearance of a negative stain when used in a wet mount what is the base for this?
India ink contain carbon particles that are too large to penetrate the cell wall, therefore staining the background instead of the cell.
because that type of ink has lead in it and you could get lead posining for to much of it ive seen i done before but they sell the tatto ink from wall mart its called India ink a jar for no more that 5 bucks
Because can help we write the things
For the love of God...NO! If it is not tattoo "ink", which is a misnomer...it isn't actual ink, but pigment that as more akin to paint, but IS NOT PAINT, and you cannot use that either. The only thing other than actual tattoo ink that one can use would be India Ink, but this gives you poor results. Get real ink, and have a real artist do it.
go to a art shop ,you will find what you are looking for their.
No. India ink is specifically a black ink. It's not a great idea to use it for tattoos, either, because they're not normally manufactured to medical standards; you should use a tattoo ink specifically designed for the purpose (or, even better plan, have your tattoo professionally done, where you can get just about any color you want).
No never it contains large fibres