Phthalo Green: A dark bluish green more closely resembles Verdigris than Viridian. First manufactured in 1927, Phthalo Green has a very high tinting strength and transparency.
Pigment: Chlorinated copper phthalocyanine (PG 7)
Vehicle: Burnt Plate Oil
Series 2, TRANSPARENT
Robert Gamblin formulated these etching inks at the request of printmakers in the Pacific Northwest who wanted strong reliable inks for edition printing. Because of their high pigment load, Gamblin Etching Inks are a much better value than lower priced etching inks which are full of extenders. Inks are available in 300 ml cans.