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Mb Defoe Palm Green Compared: 6 "olive-Ish" Inks

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#21 Mishka5050

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Posted 14 November 2014 - 00:13

Thank you for posting this great comparison Mishka! The Chiku-Rin and the Army Green look beautiful and I much prefer the darker tones of the Vert Olive in your writing sample than the way it looked when I tested it. You've made me want to try it again :P


You know your inks! Respect :)
Olive green DID NOT like Tomoe Riger at all! It took forever to dry and colour was indeed a lot darker than on other paper (It's yellow-green shade in L1917)....I will re-ink the pen with fresh ink and get back to you :D

@amber thanks hun, I have no time to play/practice...birds are still bad - but I like doing them, so ;)

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#22 Ted A

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Posted 21 November 2014 - 01:46

EVERYTHING akes forever to dry on Tomoe River.

I like olive toned inks as well. There are just so many variations. Right now my favorites are the Defoe and the Stipila
To hold a pen is to be at war. - Voltaire

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Posted 01 December 2014 - 04:17

Fantastic, thanks! I love these unusual colors. The Stipula is one of my favorites along with MB Jonathan Swift Seaweed Green. I'm gonna have to try Diamine Salamander and MB Defore Palm Green.







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