As I said the other day the ink Iíve seen used is very thick, almost solid. It took quite a lot of effort to prise the little piece required out of the tin and on to the inking tile. Several minutes were then required to spread the ink on the tile. When I tried Bromoil work a few years ago I was given ordinary printers ink that was far to soft, and it proved impossible to work with it. As Dave says in his article the type of fixer used is of importance. I think if you contact some of the people listed on the Bromoil web site who live in your part of the world, then they may give you a trustworthy supplier who can sell you the correct product. Good luck, may we look forward to seeing some of your work displayed here?