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Organics Studio Carbon

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Posted 04 October 2015 - 20:17

This is a review of the Organics Studio Carbon ink. The line is discontinued but there are one or two stores with some stock left. This is a nice dark grey ink. Not very waterfast though. Somewhat similar to Iroshizuku take-sumi, but a little lighter than that ink.

 

The ink is a bit of a slow drier.

 

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The ink droplet shows a hint of purple that isn't really noticeable in the ink.

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Not very waterfast. Much of the ink lifts when blotted, and when washed it leaves a faint line.

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