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Ink Review: Diamine China Blue

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#21 Chrissy


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Posted 04 March 2018 - 08:43

Very nice review!  This is one that I will add to my list.


You're welcome.  :)

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Posted 24 July 2020 - 14:52

For the #50shadesofbluechallenge (link to the hashtag on Instagram), a challenge over at the German PenExchange forum for July & August 2020, I inked up all my pens with all the 50+ blue inks I have. The snapshots might also be of interest to some here. (Admittedly, I am a bit behind.  :blush:Ooo0ops.)


This ink has many faces and its appearance on page depends heavily on how long it has been sitting and "ageing" on the paper and how thick = wet it was applied. The label on the bottle for example shows a one-pass area below and a double layer area over the writing.







Pens used were a vintage Kaweco Sport V16 piston filler with a finicky B nib, a Pilot Custom Heritage with a wet FA nib and a Sailor Pro Gear Slim Minified Shikiori Yukitsubaki with a wet-ih Music nib. Papers are a Midori MD lined + margin A5 book, a Stalogy 365 A6 (the one with the grid) and a custom A5 book made of 52g/m Tomoe River paper.


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Posted 24 July 2020 - 14:56

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