I have stocked up lot of inks, especially inks like Chelpark, Camlin, Bril and Sulekha. All these are region specific like Chelpark is easily available in North India and Bril's availability is limited to Bangalore, Hyderabad and Chennai, and Sulekha only available in Kolkatta that too few colors against 11 colors listed on webpage and lastly Camlin is available pan India.
The review is about the Bril Royal Blue Ink, which happens to be my first ink review.
Bril inks are one of the most used and admired inks in India. Bril has been in existence since 1964 and are based out of Bangalore.
Bril Royal Blue is one of the most used inks in India after Camlin Blue and it is priced at Rs. 15 (US $ 0.25) for 60 ml glass bottle.
Ink Splash on Bilt Matrix - 70 gsm
Ink Splash on Century Copy Paper - 70 gsm
Drop on Paper Napkin
Bril Royal Blue – Writing Sample on Bilt Matrix (70 gsm) using 3 pens of varying nibs width
Bril Royal Blue – Writing Sample on Camlin School Notebook using 3 pens of varying nibs width
Bril Royal Blue – Writing Sample on Century Copy paper (70 gsm) using 3 pens of varying nibs width
Bril Royal Blue – Ink Swab Sample on Bilt Matrix (70 gsm) – 3 swabs, 2 swabs and 1 swab from Left to Right
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Edited by mehandiratta, 21 June 2015 - 19:39.