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Hi all. As well as making models, I dabble in producing artwork. I mostly work with pen and ink, but also with acrylics and ink. The inks have always been applied using Rotring 'isograph' pens. with nib diameters from 1.5mm down to 0.18mm and I've always used the proprietary Rotring inks which are water soluble. I did once try 'dotting the eyes' of my figures with the 0.18mm pen, but of course the black dot was washed off when I applied varnish. But the other day I found the product in the title, and, being acrylic, I thought 'hey!' I can use this stuff in my pens and at the very least dot the eyes with it! Today however, whilst working on my tree for my 'Ever Evolving Diorama', I tried it in my airbrush and I have to say it's absolutely brilliant! It sprays wonderfully, and covers a MASSIVE area. With my airbrush an acrylic paint will cease to spray immediately the cup is empty, but this ink continued to spray for a good minute afterwards. Now I was using the black ink, but there are some others available, and I was wondering if anyone else has used them, either in an airbrush, or a pen, for a diorama or on an actual model. I'm thinking this stuff has massive potential for dioramas if nothing else. Cheers, Badder