Category: Ink

  Diamine's Sherwood Green was the first ink I ever ordered, aside from blue or black.  When I got my first few fountain pens, the pen itself was the area of focus.  (I started off using cartridges, even).  However, once …

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      The quest for the perfect blue-black continues. When the Goulet Pen Company announced that Sailor had decided to pull their entire ink line from the retailer, I was one of those folks who swooped in and bought …

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  I’ve said it before, and I’m sure I’ll say it again.  I love greens.  My favorite color. I mainly bought Montblanc’s Irish Green just because I like their “shoe” bottles so much.  But after using it for a while, …

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Pretty much my favorite part of using fountain pens is the wide variety of ink that you get to use as a result.  I am a serial ink switcher.  I generally only fill up each converter about half-way, and even …

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Here is my ink test and writing sample for Private Reserve Ebony Blue.  For me this lives in the land of “meh.”  It’s a nice color, and well-performing ink, but I have this thing about the name of the ink …

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(High-Resolution) This De Atramentis Ink is an absolutely stunning color.  Deep and saturated, but still with a very decent amount of shading.  It flows very smoothly, but man oh man. This ink BLEEDS if you put it in a wet …

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