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  1. 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.
  2. This is a very light blue. It's a pretty color, but when you're writing with it, it seems like it's coming out so pale. It does tend to dry a little darker. It flows really well. And it has water resistance. Win. It's hard to tell how light this ink seems when viewing the swatches online. I think this scan gives a good idea of how it is when it dries. If you use a broader nib or a really wet pen, this would probably be darker, judging from my smudges So perhaps I should try it in my stub nib and see how I feel. But since I tend to use finer points, this is probably just a lit
  3. Another new ink that hasn't seen a lot of information out yet. This is another one of Organics Studio's pigmented inks. Waterproof, bleachproof, 80proof. There was an interesting writing texture to this. It was smooth, but with texture. I'm thinking it's due to the particles in the ink. It was unique to my experience. But then I haven't tried a lot of pigmented inks. This had either a really long drying time on Rhodia paper, or it was one of those inks that tends to smear while still dry, like Rouge Hematite. I did try it out on non-coated paper, and it dried quickly with no smear
  4. 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
  5. Hello everyone Has anyone bought the new Jules Verne ink from Organics studio? I would like to see some handwritten samples (how it shades, and similar inks…). I'm also interested in the other new inks by Organics. Thanks!
  6. Here's one of the pigment inks that Organics Studio recently released. This one is apparently entirely pigmented with Chlorophyll. Which is pretty neat actually. It's definitely waterproof, as the scan should show. Which is good, because the color's so light. It dries a little darker than it seems going down. Actually, there's a bit more shading while writing, and the really light parts darken, and the darker parts lighten. It sort of equalizes. It doesn't look runny or thin after it dries, which again is good. Because some really light greens I've tried look like watered down high
  7. A few weeks ago I was reading a review here on an Organics Studio ink and out of curiosity went to their site. I found their main lineup of inks pretty standard color-wise and I had those color ranges already covered but then I found this page. These are a series of ink colors Tyler is testing on whoever wants to purchase and explore them. I guess colors that sell well or something get made into the main line. I ended up picking #5, #18 and #20. This is a review for #20. http://i112.photobucket.com/albums/n200/Inguz72/_MG_2141pro-2.jpg This is a grey blue that behaves quite wonderfully, t
  8. http://yoonhalee.com/images-inks/os-lab11.png I love the color of this ink and I'm keeping it around--it's fine on better paper, but the feathering is crazy-awful on poor paper. And as you can see, no water resistance whatsoever, but I wasn't expecting any. (I check just in case, though.)
  9. nomadhacker

    Organics Studio Jane Austen Violet

    Here's another purple ink from Organics Studio. This one seems a little bit more on the red side of violet when it's going down, but it quickly changes to a more medium purple. It's still a bit more red than most purple/violet inks I have. It's not quite as pinkish seeming in real life (once it's dried) as the scan shows. Has the same good flow as the rest of Organics Studio's main line. Not really water resistant, but can handle small splashes. Not my color. But if you like bright flowery colors, this could be a good one for you.
  10. 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.
  11. 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.
  12. 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.
  13. Now this is an Edgar Allan Poe ink! (Take notes De Atramentis!) In my opinion, this one's probably the best of the writer's series. This is a great red ink. It's not waterproof. But again, could probably handle a few splashes. And really nice flow. It's got great shading, from bright true red to a deep red. It's a rich color with depth. It doesn't look like just a standard everyday red. This isn't a color that only works for marking up corrections on paper. You could probably use this for normal writing, especially if you're into writing horror stories. Or ransom notes.
  14. There's been a bit of a dearth of Organics Studio reviews on this site yet. Especially for the newer colors that I was particularly interested in. Given that, I ordered a bunch of ink samples last month. Well, this month Tyler's been holding a contest for reviews. So, you know, extra incentive to get these up without lollygagging too much. This was one of the inks I was most excited to try out first. Especially since even those sites that sell it haven't all gotten sample images up. Overall impressions: It's a dark blue, but it's got more than traces of purple. Sort of a purple-black
  15. nomadhacker

    Organics Studio Neon

    Hold onto your retinas. This is a bright one. The good thing is it's saturated enough to not seem just light or be hard to read. Some oranges are bright colors, but just light and watery. This is the ink to use for writing warning notes. Or to write notes to your kids you don't want them to ignore.
  16. A nice coffee-colored ink, without the coffee aftertaste Between this and Herbin Lie de The, I've got a nice little cafe thing going in my ink collection. Once again, another great ink in the Pendleton's series. Nice shading. Good smooth flow. Can see the lines after the wet finger swipe. So that's nice. It leans toward the red side of brown. A good subtle color that I could see in serious use.
  17. Another great red from Organics Studio. It's a tough choice for me between this and Poe. They've both got depth. The Poe is a little brighter. This one is more subtle, and maybe even further afield from typical markup red ink. Not really water resistant. Flow is nice and smooth. The Pendleton's inks in particular seem to be smooth and have nice shading. Very nice color and appropriate name
  18. Here's another really nice Organics Studio ink that I liked. L Frank Baum Emerald. It's a good green. The flow of the ink is really nice and feels like a more expensive ink. I tend to like green as a color, especially middle green inks. But I thought this a good example of the color. It's not waterproof, not even really resistant. As noted, it held up about as well to water as the wicked witch. I wouldn't use this for taking notes in the rain, or near any pigtailed girls with little dogs and random buckets of water. Basically good color, good flow, keep away from water, and d
  19. nomadhacker

    Organics Studio Uranium Green

    This is a lot brighter green ink than the L Frank Baum I just reviewed. Or most other inks for that matter. There's not a lot of inks that fill that Sci-Fi green like this one does. You know the color. The alien ooze, incredible hulk, radiation monster color. This is it. To be honest, for day to day use, this one is probably a little...outside your normal color range. It is not too light to be seen like some light colored greens, and doesn't suffer from visibility issues. (definitely not) It held up better to water than the Baum, and the lines were still legible. Flow was wet, as





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