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  1. jungkind

    Pelikan 400 Gray Or Green Striped

    Early Pelikan 400 with a strange color change Any explanation for this type of color change? The stripes are uniformly gray on the barrel, where it was not covered by the cap and green where they are covered by the cap.
  2. Diamine Salamander is a muddy green ink that I ordered direct from Diamine in the UK. My bottle arrived yesterday. It was reviewed by FPN member The Good Captain here. He was kind enough to supply images showing how the ink looks on various papers. For the past four months or so, I've been using HP laserjet copy paper (24lb) as my default fountain pen paper on the basis of recommendations by various FPN members. Overall, I've been quite happy with this paper, but something odd happened when I wrote on it with Diamine Salamander. The ink went brown. I tested it in other pape
  3. I just got a bottle of the newest Noodler's ink that will be given to attendees of the Dallas Pen Show. The ink starts of green and ages to a blue Stay tuned.... http://sheismylawyer.com/She_Thinks_In_Ink/2014-Inklings/2014-Ink_1621.jpg
  4. I wrote the samples in the image below on a page of Rhodia 80 g/m2 5 mm grid white paper using a Pelikan M400 14K fine point nib. (The original photo is 3.9 Mb so I had to save it as a TIFF file to get it below the 1.95 Mb limit - no noticeable loss of color or detail.) I cut the page vertically and kept the left half in a notebook, and placed the right half in the sun for approximately 50 hours. The inks used in their order of appearance in the sample writing were: J. Herbin Bleu Pervenche; Pelikan Royal Blue; Levenger Cobalt Blue; J. Herbin Bleu Azur; and J. Herbin Café des Îles. Som





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