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Kudos To Noodler's!

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#21 torstar

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Posted 17 July 2015 - 15:06

 

I agree with you.  I love that Noodler's pushes the inky envelope.  That being said, Purple People Eater, Navajo Turquoise and Midway Blue will always be part of my ink collection.

 

I had a new bottle of ummmmm..... Fontslanc red ink and I couldn't give it away to 5 FP devotees.  I could have sold for it as runny cherry Kool-Aid.

 

And kudos to ummmmm.... Fontslanc for delivering excellent inks and marketing ideas with their inks over the last 5 years... 



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#22 Ted A

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Posted 17 July 2015 - 15:21

I don't have sufficient problems with slower drying inks that I can give very good advice. But that won't stop me!

 

Private Reserve has some inks that are "fast drying." I'm not sure if they would work for you, but you might take a look at them.


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#23 amberleadavis

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Posted 18 July 2015 - 22:49

 

I had a new bottle of ummmmm..... Fontslanc red ink and I couldn't give it away to 5 FP devotees.  I could have sold for it as runny cherry Kool-Aid.

 

And kudos to ummmmm.... Fontslanc for delivering excellent inks and marketing ideas with their inks over the last 5 years... 

 

 

What's Fontslanc ink?  I did a google search and didn't find it.


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