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Create magnificent art today with Art to Art’s range of high-quality scratchboards. Our scratchboards are made of smooth kaolin clay and coated with black India ink for the best results. The smooth surface allows artists to easily create accurate and controlled lines every time. 

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Ampersand Scratchbord



Art to Art stocks all the supplies you need for scratchboard illustrations, including: scratchboards, scraper board cutters and fibre brushes. Use the scraper tool to create fine, detailed black and white art, and the brush to soften crisp edges and create gradual, tonal values.


With a unique coating, our scratchboards allow for vibrancy and brilliance when working with colour. Art to Art’s boards also feature an acid-free durable surface that will not crack or bend, making it last for a lifetime!  Choose from trusted brands, including Essdee and Ampersand.


Shop black ink scratchboards at Art to Art today. Get free shipping when you spend over $100 and same-day dispatch. Plus, you can buy now and pay later with Afterpay. Before you go, be sure to check out our other art and craft supplies including our artist paints, paint brushes and canvas board.



Can you draw on a scratchboard?

Some artists prefer to lightly sketch the outline of their drawing with an art pencil, then use a scraper board cutter to create fine line details and complete their artwork. To add colour, we recommend using a colour pencil or paint with a fine tip brush. The option is up to you, get creative with it and see what works for your designs. 


How is scratchboard art done?

Artists use a scraper tool to scratch the black india ink layer off the surface to create detailed white lines. It’s considered the process of engraving, where a design is cut through the surface. Artists will use scraper tools to create small, fine lines that eventually create an image. 


What can I use for a scratchboard?

You can use anything that is sharp enough to scratch the surface, such as a needle, skewer, razor blade, tweezers and more. To achieve accurate and precise lines, we recommend using a scraper cutting tool. We stock all the supplies you need at Art to Art, at affordable prices too!