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Robert Oster Chicago ink flow got wetter, darker the next day
 
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Robert Oster Chicago ink flow got wetter, darker the next day


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This is strange.

 

Somehow the ink flow in the same pen got wetter a several hours later, towards the end of the same converter fill, resulting in darker and less green-leaning ink marks even on the same sheet of paper. The pen was cleaned and dried weeks ago, and so it would (or should) not be a case of remnants of moisture in the feed diluting the ink while I was writing the body of the ink review.

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