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Sailor Ink Studio Swatch Tests - Part 09 - Grey Greens

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Posted 15 July 2019 - 09:57

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This is the ninth part of my Sailor Ink Studio swatch tests. The swatch cards shown are part of a lovely range of what I'm going to call the Grey Greens. The first is arguably more purple in origin but hey! And just check out that chromo in 762 and 462!

 

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Sailor 723 - What appears to be a deep muddy purple with green feathering at the outer edges when blended with water. A black sheen in evidence. A neon blue purple green effect when subjected to bleach.

 

Sailor 762 - A deep grey with light greys, greens and purples feathering at the outer edges when blended with water. A neon blue green and gold effect when subjected to bleach.

 

Sailor 462 - A mid grey with light greys, greens and purples bleeding at the outer edges when blended with water. A neon white blue when subjected to bleach.

 

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Sailor 964 - A heavy blue green that blends easily with water bleeding out feint blues at the edges. A dark feint sheen in evidence with a hint of white gold when subjected to bleach.

 

Sailor 664 - A mid blue green that blends easily with water bleeding out feint blues at the edges. A very dark sheen in evidence with a white gold effect when subjected to bleach.

 

Sailor 864 - A mid blue yellow green that blends easily with water feathering out feint blues at the edges. A very dark sheen in evidence with a white blue effect when subjected to bleach.

 

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Sailor 764 - A deep mid blue green that blends easily with water feathering out feint blues at the edges. A very dark sheen in evidence with a feint blue white effect when subjected to bleach.

 

Sailor 464 - A mid to light blue green that blends easily with water feathering out feint blues at the edges. A very dark sheen in evidence with a feint blue white effect when subjected to bleach.

 

Sailor 564 - A mid blue green that blends easily with water feathering out feint blues at the edges. A very dark sheen in evidence with a white effect when subjected to bleach.

 

Please Note: From now onwards, all of my fountain pen ink swatch test reviews will be posted within Inky Thoughts. Following an insightful discussion with the moderators, it was agreed that as my investigations are experimental and tend to highlight the chromatic behaviours of fountain pen inks for potential artistic endeavours, this really is the most appropriate section for them within the FPN forum to post and discuss. Thanks.


Edited by NickiStew, 15 July 2019 - 10:06.

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