In this paper, we propose an advanced approach to particle analysis, involving laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) and laser-induced incandescence (LII) temporal analytical techniques. Various technical properties of fine particles are analyzed via LIBS and LII. LIBS is a useful tool for determining the elemental composition and relative concentration of various materials, whereas LII facilitates the measurement of particle size. Both techniques do not require any pre-processing. The combined use of the LIBS and LII techniques enables highly synergistic fine particle measurement. In the LIBS section, we propose spectrometric analysis via a novel ink-jet technique, and we discuss the effectiveness of Ar as a surrounding gas. In the LII section, we compare the calculated particle size prediction with the experimental results.