I'm so sorry. In a highlighter / felt nib, or in an insanely wet huge broad nib, you can get that color. Most of the time, it will look closer to this:
Thanks, I’ve been interested in this ink, but reluctant to use for all the usual reasons. Your writing samples look much more like the swabs than the samples from the reviews I could see, and it’s easy to see how different KTC appears from Charoite in yours, and I appreciate your advice here. The Charoite is beautiful in its way, and I find it well behaved, but I also find its in-between color distracting in an odd way: it seems, when looking at writing with it, I’m focused on trying to decide if it’s blue or purple. I’m sure this is because I write predominantly with blue or blue-black inks, and Charoite is in a range I don’t normally write in (blurples). Thanks again.