Posted 19 August 2010 - 15:09
On obvious choice will be noodler bulletproof and the other would be an iron gall archiveal ink.
But the ink reviewers suggest that Pelikan 4001 Blue Black is reasonably permanent, although the scans show inconsistent results.
Can anyone advise me on how much staying power the Pelikan actually has?
I'm interested in the Pelikan, by the way, because the pens I will be using are wet writes and could do with a dryish ink.
Posted 19 August 2010 - 15:20
Posted 19 August 2010 - 19:22
Perhaps you might let us know what evil forces are afoot that would make your ink NOT stay put.
e.g. there was a recent post in the Ink Review sub-Forum for tests, swabs, comparisons, etc., where the person identified the specific dangers to their writing, and exposed several inks (some not fit for FPs, & others, like the ubiquitous 'Sharpie'.) to those hazards.
So if the hazards are known / anticipated, then perhaps one might have a better idea what might be of use; and it may not be an FP ink.
The only time you have too much fuel is when you're on fire.