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Diamine Earl Grey Too Light?

diamine jinhao fine nib rhodia

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#21 linkoiram



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Posted 19 February 2020 - 02:11

Got some samples of the two iroshizuku Greys, and I find that even though fuyu syogun is a light color, it is better than earl grey. Likely because it is more lubricated than earl grey, which as many have said, is a dry ink.

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Posted 24 February 2020 - 20:32

Seitz Kreuznach has Slate Grey, which is a warm toned (on the purplish side) dark grey. 

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