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  1. http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-_6AhkszhrR8/VMSnUsyYXlI/AAAAAAAAAiY/dd_QYQaCW4U/s1600/P1240999a.jpg http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-aMf_kFT8HCs/VMTBUsDsqbI/AAAAAAAAAio/4vMcbGMwdQs/s1600/Untitled-2.jpg Blue Merle is a recreation of a vintage Carter's ink. The color is somewhere in between a dark grey and dark blue. It has more blue tones compared to a typical gray ink but also it is less blue compared to most blue-black inks. So far this ink has proven to write very well with good ink flow and has a nice antique look. http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-vXFZuRCJGoc/VMTB387Pn9I/AAAAAAAAAi4/pbKgzL_cjg0/s1600/Blu
  2. http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-SgBKC7r0dyA/VKlZgB_f-kI/AAAAAAAAAfg/P3lW5q1w5F0/s1600/MendelLabel.jpg http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-tRAPsTFzUn8/VKlaq0-nQXI/AAAAAAAAAgI/Jzi6Bk2P8Rk/s1600/MendelGreeb1.jpg http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-k6k5cJOAZU8/VKlaYpOrXqI/AAAAAAAAAgA/a4cx1hhwPyU/s1600/MendelGreen2.jpg http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-DEUoos0nHzo/VKlZogJOqnI/AAAAAAAAAfw/uMWCcGKHbJo/s1600/MendelGreens.jpg ...unfortunately discontinued (like all other Organics Studio inks); get yours while supplies last! Just loving the minty smell :-) Cheers Michael
  3. Hey all! Hope you are having a fantastic end to the year! I am celebrating 100 subs on my YouTube channel, and I am giving away 4 Jinhaos with samples of Organics Studios White Label inks to one winner. http://40.media.tumblr.com/5763b3daed526ed205eb6568d0430343/tumblr_ng0s9sb20f1rg83ymo1_500.jpg http://41.media.tumblr.com/c0295ff2132fcff1c267d0653ee1463a/tumblr_ng0shq94la1rg83ymo1_500.jpg I made a silly video with the full rules down below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JmoGmudvobo However, there is a super secret bonus entry for FPN members: PM me with an email address, then
  4. This is one of the White Box inks. I think there are a few bottles left at Anderson Pens. Still no scanner, so you get bad photos instead. Genghis is a strange ink. It is wetter than the other White Box inks, thank goodness, though the flow was uneven - if I paused, the next word was way darker. The color is a kind of a weathered coral-rose color that is weird. I keep going back and forth on whether I like it. If you drip a little in water, it doesn't disperse normally. Instead it forms little filamentous drops. These don't seem to be actually filaments, nor did I have any trouble washin
  5. Golden Mind is one of the White Box inks, and is available from Anderson Pens in a very limited quantity. In case you're on the fence, here is a quick look. In summary, I really like the color. If you like dryish ink, take a look. It doesn't feel wet enough for me, but I prefer wet pens and wet inks. It's a dead ringer for Diamine Marigold, and has zero water resistance. It washes as a uniform color, so might be useful for a wash. Sorry for the photos. I didn't want to wait until I got my new scanner, in case anyone was on the fence. Text of review: This is Organics Studio da Vinc
  6. Anderson Pens just blogged they got one last shipment of inks from Organics Studio. I've made my purchase now the rest of you can go on a feeding frenzy. Alas, no Blue Merle
  7. visvamitra

    Nitrogen - Organics Studio

    It's a pity Organics Studio is on hiatus. I hope Tyler will be beack one day. Nitrogen is great and intense blue ink. Simply great. INFO Producer: Organics Studio Color: Nitrogen Saturation: massive Flow: very good in all pens I've ever filled with it INK SPLASH http://imageshack.com/a/img540/7259/znEBj9.jpg DROP OF INK http://imageshack.com/a/img540/3439/FqLDhY.jpg SOFTWARE IDENTIFICATION http://imageshack.com/a/img673/2374/kh8moe.jpg Calendar - Kaigelu 358 http://imageshack.com/a/img540/9120/5hfW2k.jpg http://imageshack.com/a/img537/2850/d
  8. visvamitra

    Blue Merle - Organics Studio

    Blue mMerle is supposed to be Blue / Black. For me it's more Grey / Blue. Anyway I like the vintage feel about this ink. I read that Organics Studio owner tried to recreate some old Carter's recipe. He's named the ink after - I believe - his dog Ernest (called after his favourite writer - Ernest Hemingway). INK SPLASH http://imagizer.imageshack.us/v2/640x480q90/538/a6Iwsn.jpg DROPS OF INK ON KITCHEN TOWEL http://imageshack.com/a/img674/2158/9sjHo3.jpg CHROMATOGRAPHY http://imagizer.imageshack.us/v2/640x480q90/913/VsyoJK.jpg SOFTWARE IDENTIF
  9. MrsGouletPens

    Organics Studio Is Discontinued

    Hi FPN'ers, Just wanted to let you all know that Organics Studio is discontinued. Tyler (the creator) has decided to take a break from ink manufacturing to focus on his graduate studies. We know it was a hard decision, and we certainly wish him the best! That said, all Organics Studio inks are now on closeout here at Goulet Pens. We were fortunate to snag the last remaining stock, so what we have is all that's left.
  10. yogalarva

    Organics Studio Edgar Allen Poe

    I’m trying out a new format for doing ink reviews. I like this because I feel like it’s a bit more thorough and well organized, without losing individuality. Let me know what you think… Don’t worry if some of that is too small to read, I’ll be posting close ups of each section. This is another ink that falls in the category of “like, but don’t love.” The color definitely looks like a washed out Black Swan in English Roses, which is not necessarily a bad thing. If I had to choose between the two, I would actually take this one because it’s slightly less morbid. I also enjoy the
  11. I must admit I'm surprised. I've just done some serious googling and haven't found any review of Organics Studio's FS Fitzgerald ink. Why? It's wonderful, vintage looking orange, one of nicest and pen-friendly oranges I know. OK - the swabs seen in web shops doesn't look exciting but reality is much more interesting than them. I would say it's my 4th favourite orange ink. Maybe third - maybe I'll give it Toucan Orange;s third place in my ranking. I hope my review will be helpful. If you like orange inks you may as well take a look at my comparison of 32 orange inks. Take a look:
  12. Well, I like earthy green-brown colors. I was sure I would like this ink in the moment I first saw a swab somewhere in internet. It took me quite some time to get a sample and it didn't disappoint me. The color is quite ubique and it blends green, brown and yellow in a unique way. I was disappointed by many Organics Studio inks but this one rocks. Take a look: INK SPLASH http://imagizer.imageshack.us/v2/1024x768q90/673/EUhgOs.jpg DROPS OF INK ON KITCHEN TOWEL http://imageshack.com/a/img538/838/pQpmn9.jpg CHROMATOGRAPHY http://imageshack.com/a/img746/7110/lwvCJ0.jpg SOFTWARE
  13. yogalarva

    Organics Studio Gregor Mendel

    Alright, this is an ink that I meant to review long ago and then because of some sad tech confusion it didn’t happen. But, now it’s ready, perhaps a bit too late. Yesterday there was a post on the Organics Studio Facebook page saying that they are discontinuing Gregor Mendel, so all that’s left is what’s out there… This ink is really neat. It’s colored using chlorophyll, which is the same thing that makes plants green. It’s also a pigmented ink, which makes it very water resistant, as you can see above. On the other hand, this is a far less saturated ink than some other modern ones
  14. yogalarva

    Epic Ink Test

    This is the second round of ink testing that I am doing - the first is already three months in and you can find those posts on my blog. I figured that for this one I would start from the beginning on here and post updates as I go along. Eek! I am so excited about this. After taking nearly a month to fill up a new page full of inks (partly because I went on vacation for a week), it’s finally ready: As with my first epic ink test, I will have four tests running in parallel: a control which will be kept in a plastic sleeve in a notebook, an ambient light test which will hang on my frid
  15. These are my first ink reviews so I'd like to hear all suggestions how to improve them. I've got quite some inks in my collection already (most of them are samples but it's a start) and I will review some more in the future.
  16. visvamitra

    Arsenic - Organics Studio

    Hi, I'd like to present you another review that I've made for polish fountain pen forum - that's why the text is not written in english. I'd love to prepare new scans (in english this time) but I don't have time. Anyway, I hope at least some of you will find it useful even tough you won't - probably - understand the text as polish is not the most popular language to learn But then I believe the colors have language of their own. I've received Arsenic sample from Cyber6. Yhank you very much. INK SPLASH ON CHEAP COPY PAPER http://imageshack.com/a/img602/187/08e830.jpg FEW FROPS OF
  17. yogalarva

    Organics Studio - Join Or Die

    Time to give a bit of love to a small ink manufacturer, Organics Studio. From what I can tell, it’s a bit of a one man band, and I do so love supporting smaller businesses when I can. I tried another OS ink as well, but that was when my computer was broken and I didn’t get a scan before doing a water test and somehow I lost the picture I took of the original page, so I will have to just redo that one later. I think I still have enough left in my sample to fill a pen… Anyway, Join or Die is part of the “Sepia” line of inks, and I suppose I would be willing to call it a greenish sort of
  18. ellenspn

    Inky Learning Curve

    I test my inks in a notebook using a dip pen. But now I'm realizing that I need to also test them in pens before I jump in and buy some. I bought a fine black Preppy at the Chicago Pen Show and decided to fill it with Organics Studio's HMS Beagle. Bad decision. Right away the lines it was making were very wide and the pen was leaking ink practically onto the paper. Of course I have a whole bottle of it. Obviously the Preppy was the wrong pen for it. I turned around 180* and cleaned and filled the Preppy with Noodlers KTC. So far it's behaving itself quite well, but give it time. No
  19. ellenspn

    Organics Studio Blue Merle

    Has anyone else gotten a bottle or sample of this. I was so smitten by the name and swap I didn't get a sample first (gasp). [attachment=251456:13890258362_be83b79859_z.jpg] I'm hoping the picture shows....this time...
  20. Inker's note: When I say 'about' I mean 'this is a guesstimate'. I've just gotten my ink experimentation supplies in, so I want to put up my attempts to create a smoother, low-shading version of OS Manganate. Hopefully this is helpful or interesting to someone, or at the very least means other people don't need to repeat so many tries. 1st try, more !!SCIENCE!! than scientific; 1 drop of Cascade Rinse Agent in about 3 mL of Manganate. Turned out much darker, looked beautiful, but also had a stupidly long dry time. 2nd try: Added about 2 mL to the earlier experiment. Ink now looks like ol
  21. nomadhacker

    Organics Studio Cobalt

    I had expected this ink to be just a little brighter, based on the name. Maybe more like Kon Peki. (Yes, I know I'm obsessed with comparing inks to that one. I just keep hoping to find a replacement for that one that's cheaper ) But this is a good color. I like it. It's what I might call, 'dark cobalt'. It's still a fairly bright, medium blue color, with some good depth. I actually really like this ink. Behaves well in my little pocket pen for taking notes.
  22. I think the current name is Manganese, instead of Manganate. Is an ink with two names twice as interesting? I like this one. Very similar in depth and saturation to my De Atramentis Sherlock Holmes ink, which is just a little bit more vibrant blue hue. This one flows well, really smooth. Has a bit of shading, but it's pretty dark so it's not going to show in a fine nib. Dry time is on the long side of average.
  23. Ok. This is another really good one. I officially like all four of the Pendleton's inks series. Good shading, wet flow. Really nice colors. This one is a dark purple color with nice shading. A purple-black. I wish I had Diamine Eclipse to compare it to. Looks like I really dig dark purple inks. Much more than lighter violet colors. This is going to join my top inks in regular rotation.
  24. Here's another pretty new ink from Organics Studio's Writer's Series. It's a dark, earthy green color. Looks good for serious writing, or a sepia sort of color. Good flow, some water resistance. This is different from my other greens right now. I imagine Noodler's Sequoia or Zhivago, or Private Reserve Avocado is in the ballpark. I have still to try this on cream colored paper, but I think it'd be really nice
  25. nomadhacker

    Organics Studio Arsenic Gray

    Here's another newer ink that hasn't got a lot of color samples online yet. It's a nice gray color on the cool end of gray. Good wet flow. Some water resistance. No misbehaving. Dries pretty quick. I've been trying to decide whether to get Albert Einstein ink from Montblanc in a full bottle. I got a sample through some magical series of events, and tried it. I was wanting to see if I would like this one better. Honestly, I like them both. Einstein is a more neutral gray than this one. Sadly, it looks like I'm going to have to get both.





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