Our Alcohol Inks Can Be Used With:
& Many more surfaces
Fiercely Vibrant Colors!
Our inks clean up with alcohol and have rewetting properties that make painting with them on any non-porous surface a delight. The artistic possibilities are endless. If painting, we recommend using our inks with an alcohol ink art paper or another non-porous surface so that your ink art can really shine. Try it on glass, stone, leather, ceramic, or even polymer clay.
What They Are Saying About Us
I’ve been going through the blue shades like crazy and love the unique hues I can get with them individually, as well as mixed! 👍
T-Rex Alcohol Ink Features
T-Rex Alcohol Inks make the perfect alcohol ink starter pack for alcohol ink painting, epoxy resin coloring, resin art & more!
Our Alcohol Ink sets are highly saturated, water-resistant, acid free and Japanese dye-based for creating depth, layering & stunning effects!
Let your creativity flow! Our 20ml jumbo sized bottles provide 33% more Japanese dye based ink than other brands.
Easy To Use
Our bottles have precision applicators with anti-clogging tips and leak-resistant screw caps so you can have more control with less spills.
The Artistic Possibilities Are Endless!
Alcohol Ink Blog
Alcohol Ink Tips & Techniques
As a small newly started business we get asked a lot about international shipping. We love that people all over the world want to make T-Rex Inks part of their art supply collection. We have faced a few hurdles in getting into international markets that we are working...
As a professional resin artist, I am always looking for new ways to get color and hue and one of my favorite ways is by using alcohol inks in resin. There are oodles of resin pigments out there but understanding how to use alcohol inks in resin opens a whole new world...
That answer boils down to one simple thing… Do you have to shake it first? India Inks are a lot like that hot cocoa you just had, there is a lot of sediment at the bottom. Whereas alcohol inks are more like Gatorade, bright and not in need of shaking. How is Alcohol...