Search the Community
Showing results for tags 'brown pink'.
KWZ Brown Pink Diamine Merlot Herbin Poussiere del Lune Diamine Tyrian Purple The KWZ, like many others from Konrad, looks almost black when pooled, with a velvety, matt sheen. It is the most free-flowing of the bunch. The Diamines have a very slight golden sheen, more evident on Tomoe than on this Rhodia; Tyrian Purple is the least saturated of the bunch and exhibits a more pronounced halo effect when used with the flat nib. Poussiere de Lune is more blue than the others. If I had to pick a favourite, it'd be Tyrian Purple
Back around the 3rd Group Buy for KWZ Inks, a generous FPNer sent me a sample of the Brown Pink. It seemed like an interesting color, but wasn't able to decide whether I would really like it or not. I'd describe the color as "dirty burgundy", or as a subdued red-violet. It's really hard to put this ink in the category of "brown", but the pictures sometimes try to do that. Here I was fairly complete in my selection of papers: Mohawk via Linen, Hammermill 28lb Inkjet, and Tomoe River. I think this pic shows the color very well. Here the ink appears quite brown, but that's probably not so accurate. The ink seems to be a mixture of two dyes. Not very water resistant, but it's not advertised as such. But the red-violet tone comes across very well here.