This is Diamine Light Green, an ink that is more versatile than I first thought. Recommended on absorbent papers, not low-absorbency papers like the Rhodia used below.
The scan below leaves the highlights too pale: they are much more visible on the paper.
DAILY WRITER: Unlikely, unless, perhaps, maybe, if you have a very wet pen
BUSINESS: Would not be appropriate
ILLUSTRATIONS: Possibly, though the shading could be problematic
NOTES: Possible, but probably too pale for all but ephemeral notes
PERSONAL: Barely possible for letters
LOVE LETTERS: I don't think so.
(All are on a 5-point scale from 0 to 4)
FEATHERING: 3 - very good, with slight on cheaper papers.
BLEEDTHROUGH: 3 - well controlled
SHADING: 3 - perhaps too much for some!?
SHEEN: 0 - none seen
WATERPROOF: 1 - being generous: the merest hint remains after contact with water.
Rhodia dotpad. Note that low-absorbent papers like Rhodia is not my favourite for this ink.
I will try to upload the usual writing samples later; small samples are at http://www.fountainp...n/#entry2738483
And you can compare all standard Diamine inks at http://www.fountainp...-inks-compared/
Hope this helps.
Edited by cybaea, 11 August 2013 - 16:36.