White is a useful but unusual colour for normal pens. White ink can only be achieved with pigments rather than the dyes which colour most inks. Pigment ink has suspended particles which dry hard, which means it's never going to be possible to make a safe white fountain pen ink, as it would clog the delicate feeds. However, the nature of white ink makes it very useful for artists, as white pigment ink is opaque and will show up well on dark surfaces. Many watercolour artists use white gel pens to add highlights onto paintings. We have a good selection of white gel pens, and lots of white paint markers. Again, white is easy in a pigmented paint marker, but impossible in the dye inks of alcohol-based permanent markers.
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