Very poor picture.
Using a 140 semi-flex OB and a 150 'true' regular felx M.
The top paper is Gmund 'Blanc Beige' cream, 170 g.
The seond paper is M&K, Embossed white...no weight given but expect it to be 90g. There are three M&K papers, worth using Cheap German mail to the US. (the only paper that Brunner makes that is worth a drop of fountain pen ink. Other than M&K Do Not throw your money away on Brunner!!!!)
On the first paper the Gmund, the ink is brown with a bit of olive, semi-flex is darker , while both shaded, to my surprise the semi-flex was better.
On this 170g paper it is a different brown, sort of closing in on one of the Sepias....Off the top of my mind, sort of like MB Sepia; even though I remember MB sepia as not so olive.
This 'olive' is slight...IMO. More what others said, than something I'd thought of my self.
On the Embossed M&K paper, the lower...semi-flex is a tad more olive. Again the semi-flex shows a tad darker and OB vs M. And OB had more shading!!!
Can get use to it in a hurry, but one must give it a tad of a chance.
Will I buy it again??? Don't know must wait a while....I am happy I did buy it.
Fiddled with picture a bit better than the original.
Edited by Bo Bo Olson, 01 April 2017 - 17:10.