Do you know which is drawn with jagua ink and which is drawn with Inkbox marker?
Here’s the multimillion dollar question!
Jagua ink or Inkbox marker?
Let us state some of their differences so you can choose the one that is suitable for you:
|Inkbox marker||Inkperfect’s Jagua Ink|
|SGD 34||SGD 23|
|Marker tip - thickness is control by the amount of pressure applied.||Comes with 2 tips - 20gauge and 22 gauge. Thickness can also be controlled by the amount of pressure applied when squeezing the bottle.|
|Inkbox marker can be stored for up to 10 months.||
Jagua Ink bottle can be stored for up to 40 days.
|Contains preservatives which may not sit well for extremely sensitive skin.||Ideal for sensitive skin as it contains food grade ingredients with no preservatives.|
|Able to draw about 30 palm sized designs (note that this is a general guide as factors such as complexity and thickness of lines play a part too).||Jagua ink can be used to draw about 50 palm size designs (note that this is a general guide as factors such as complexity and thickness of lines play a part too).|
Differences in their stains:
To summarise, each has its own pros and cons. The effect of the stains look almost exactly. Hence, the buying factors would lie very much on the complexity of your art work and usage frequency (how often are you going to draw).
Generally, if you are looking to draw complex designs or getting a full arm sleeves, jagua ink would be ideal.
On the other hand, if you looking to draw simple designs + you are not going to draw very frequently, Inkbox marker would be more ideal.