Definitions for "Pigment Ink"
Keywords:  embossed, vibrant, fade, slow, gloss
Slow drying ink, used widely for wet embossing. This ink is also used regularly in scrapbooking because it tends to keep its deep, rich color longer than other inks.
These water based inks due to there slow drying properties are often used in conjunction with embossing powder to create raised shining stamping images. If used on gloss card and not embossed these inks in some instances may never dry. Available in many brands and colours they appear thick and opaque.
A thick, slow drying ink. Colors are rich and vibrant even on colored papers and cards. Will not dry on glossy coated papers unless embossed.