Ink raw materials are traditionally made from natural substances such as herbal extracts, insects, and seashells. Raw materials for artificial ink, however, are also commonly utilized nowadays. These raw materials consist of a mixture of synthetic pigments, organic solvents, polymers, and other chemicals. Depending on the writing instruments they will be used with, different viscosities and colors of ink are produced using its raw elements. Ballpoint pens, for instance, employ lower-viscosity inks, whereas fountain pens and calligraphy pens opt for thicker, darker inks. For controlling the ink flow of the writing instrument and the drying period, the composition of the ink raw materials is also crucial. Raw materials for ink are produced using rigorous quality control procedures. The qualities of raw materials, such as color and viscosity, are evaluated in a laboratory setting and altered to meet the standards. By enforcing stringent quality control procedures throughout the production process, the performance, quality, and durability of the raw materials are guaranteed.