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Okay so I know this sounds strange (or normal for those who have been in the hobby for long enough), but I've received a lot of information regarding pigmented inks which have ended up being quite confusing. The main source of confusion is in its behaviour on paper. I've seen glowing reviews of inks such as Sailor nano inks, Montblanc Permanent Inks and Platinum Carbon ink, but then I've got some more confusing (not contradictory) information regarding the pigmented inks from Rohrer & Klingner regarding their behaviour on paper: bleeding and feathering (at least with flex)? little blee
Dear FPNers, It has come to my attention – self-realisation as well as any number of kindly people pointing it out – that my behaviour as a member of this forum has fallen significantly below the expected standard. Holding down a job while studying at University, and at the same time supporting my partner in the final year of her degree have no doubt extracted their pound of flesh with regard to stress. However, that is no excuse for the quite ignorant and at times abusive posting in which I have allowed myself to indulge. On reflection I have serious reservations on whether I should have
Do you know of a blue that behaves and flows like Diamine Oxblood? Preferably a medium blue, that is wet and flows easily. A dark or light blue would be alright, but I prefer dark or medium. I'm open to shading. Thanks!