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  1. Carolartist

    DeAtramentis Dilution Liquid

    Hello I am trying to research permanent and waterproof inks for fountain pens. I am an artist and I am on a quest for the past three years to find the perfect brown to lay OVER watercolor paintings. Not ink first than watercolor. Watercolor first then ink. My goal is to match the hue of the India ink I used in rapidographs Higgins Brown. Yes I know, not to use India ink in fountain pens. Noodler’s Walnut, DeAtramentis Document Brown, Noodlers Black, Platinum Carbon Black are all too dark. I’ve given up and I’m now using Birmingham Pe
  2. I am always hunting inexpensive notebooks or legal pads that are fountain pen friendly for my work. I have been, for the most part, disappointed by the cheap quality of the paper on most pads and notebooks for everyday use. Last night, I spotted a display of these "new" notebooks that boast a high quality paper that resists ink bleed. At $1.97 per notebook, I decided to purchase a couple. A Quick Review of the new Five Star Coillege Ruled Notebook by Acco Brands in A5-related size: This notebook is made in the U.S, and is Number 11231. It has a 2 subject divider and a colorful cover.
  3. visvamitra

    Maron - De Atramentis

    De Atramentis is a German manufacturer of calligraphy and writing ink. The inks are hand made (the entire production process is done manually in their manufacturing center) by its founder - Dr. Franz-Josef Jansen. I believe he uses high quality dyes from well established European companies like BASF and Bayer. Maron is interesting ink. I enjoy the color because of it's complexity. On the other hand the writing properties of this ink haven't met my expectations. That's good. It means I can still look for my grail ink . What I find disappointing is medium saturation and average fl
  4. Dr. J. has developed a new line of pearlescent inks. I received samples of Brilliant Violet with each of the four "sparkly-effects": bronze, copper, gold and silver. DeAtramentis Brilliant Violet, dip pen, Clairfontaine paper Photos taken with iPhone For this "mini-review" of these 4 samples, I have used a Venetian dip pen and a Chinese M&G fountain pen with medium fude nib. The fude nib allows for thick or thin lines depending upon the angle of which the pen is held. The papers I used included Clairfontaine, Tomoe River and Cambridge spiral bound notebook paper. Overall, th
  5. DEATRAMENTIS PEARL VIOLET This lovely ink is one of my top 5 favorite inks ever. This is made by DeAtramentis inks. They are hand-made in Hachenburg, German by Dr. Franz-Josef. The inks are completely hand-made, with all aspects done manually in their manufacturing center. The dyes used are high quality from well established European companies that include BASF and Bayer, meeting high European standards. The inks could be considered traditional, although DeAtramentis does make scented and other kinds of special inks including permanent inks and most recently "shimmer-types", and make
  6. white_lotus

    De Atramentis Alexander Hamilton

    I got this ink a while back. Belatedly worked a review, and only recently took photos. I switched camera apps on the iPhone and I think the color here is better. But at last, I review an ink that everyone can buy! DeAtramentis inks are readily available. They have a wide selection made even wider by customizing the labels representing famous and infamous figures. The Alexander Hamilton ink is the exact same ink as DeAtramentis Aubergine, so it says on the bottle. This is a popular ink due to the resurgence of interest in its namesake due to a certain Broadway play. So it sometimes is out of
  7. de Atramentis Pine Green (Tannengrun), it is NOT FIR which is a green from the Fragrance Ink line
  8. A little bit sentimental... My first review more then a year ago...: But now the "real" thing.. It is an ink with scent. The scent is not unpleasant but barely noticeable when writing. And although the Ginkgo is my favorite tree, I never smelled it. On some paper the feathering is an issue, on Tomoe River and the swap it behaved very well.
  9. Dr. J. has developed a new line of pearlescent inks. I received samples of India Blue* with each of the four "sparkly-effects": bronze, copper, gold and silver. DeAtramentis India Blue, dip pen, Clairfontaine photos taken with iPhone, no color correction For this "mini-review" of these 4 samples, I have used a dip pen and a Conklin Duragraph fountain pen with 1.1 stub nib. The papers I used included Clairfontaine, Tomoe River and Cambridge spiral bound notebook paper. This ink is a wonderfully saturated royal blue. Overall, the flow was wonderful - nicely lubricated with great
  10. white_lotus

    De Atramentis Maron

    De Atramentis makes a fairly extensive collection of inks. They are handmade in Germany by Dr. Franz-Josef Jansen. I think "maron" is supposed to mean brown. Maybe someone will confirm that, or correct me. But this is an unusual ink color. Different web sites show a different color: some a grey-green, some a more brownish color. I don't know how much variation there may be in the production of this inks, but this ink is quite paper dependent as to the color. I have gotten both, but may photographic attempts have not gone well in capturing these nuances. The waterfastness test sheet may actuall
  11. Dr. J. has developed a new line of pearlescent inks. I received samples of Cyan Blue with each of the four "shimmer-effects": bronze, copper, gold and silver. DeAtramentis Cyan Blue, dip pen, Clairfontaine photos taken with iPhone, no color correction For this "mini-review" of these 4 samples, I have used a dip pen and a Jinhao 450 with 1.1 stub nib. The papers I used included Clairfontaine, Tomoe River and Cambridge spiral bound notebook paper. Overall, the ink flow was excellent. In addition to the lovely shimmery effect, the ink shaded nicely. The ink did need to be agitat
  12. DrDebG

    Such Lonely Ink!

    Do you ever visit those inks that you have hidden away in some drawer for a long time? Has your opinion changed? I have traveled back to my home after been gone for many months, and have been reunited with my ink collection here. I had forgotten, however, my ink sample collection here. I decided to fill my fountain pens with the ink samples that I had left here and compare my thoughts recorded in my "ink journal" from the first time I sampled the ink with my thoughts today. For the sake of brevity, I will omit pens and papers used, since they are the same for both samples. I also rat
  13. visvamitra

    Cucumber - De Atramentis

    De Atramentis is german manufacturer of calligraphy and writing ink. The inks are hand made (the entire production process is done manually in their manufacturing center) by i's founder - Dr. Franz-Josef Jensen. I believe he uses high quality dyes from well established European companies like BASF and Bayer. Cucumber is part of DA's line of scented inks. It doesn't resemble cucumber at all though. The color is bright without being gaudy or neon. It's legible and if you enjoy the hue it shouldn't disappoint you. Ink splash Drops of ink on kitchen towel Software ID T
  14. visvamitra

    Pine Green - De Atramentis

    De Atramentis is german manufacturer of calligraphy and writing ink. The inks are hand made (the entire production process is done manually in their manufacturing center) by i's founder - Dr. Franz-Josef Jensen. I believe he uses high quality dyes from well established European companies like BASF and Bayer. Pine Green is a classy green ink. I rather like the dark green shade that is actually prestty similar to the green of pine needles. This color seems appropriate enough for business use (not too in-your-face different) yet it is different enough to add a bit of personality beyond just bl
  15. white_lotus

    Deatramentis Sepia Brown

    DeAtramentis makes some interesting inks, and usually they have good behavior and handling characteristics. This ink conforms in that regard. This is a very reddish-brown, it's almost to my eyes more reddish than brown. I find it hard to define as sepia, but that's what the maker calls it. I'm not much for red or reddish inks as I personally have little use for them, while brown is an ink color whose appeal is hard to deny. You may personally really like this color. But not for me, so it's hard for me to get excited about the ink. I think the color is appearing a bit dark for the actual ink,
  16. white_lotus

    Deatramentis Black-Brown

    This is one of the DeAtramentis inks I purchased as a sample. Again, it was different on two different web sites online shops. I kind of thought it would be a very blackish brown, and it appears to be more of a deep burgundy. In person, you'd never think of this as a black, though the iPhotos may give that impression. This ink gave me some trouble on one paper, but I'm not sure if my altered fill technique was a factor. Usually I'd just dip the nib in the sample vial and fill as best as one can do. But I saw a mention by someone who simply filled a syringe and used that to directly fill a co
  17. De Atramentis is german manufacturer of calligraphy and writing ink. The inks are hand made (the entire production process is done manually in their manufacturing center) by i's founder - Dr. Franz-Josef Jensen. I believe he uses high quality dyes from well established European companies like BASF and Bayer. COpper Brown is another reddish brown. It's well behaved and rather nice in general, however I'm not crazy about the color. Sample of this ink was kindly sent to me by Michael R. - Thank you! Ink splash http://imageshack.com/a/img908/7347/dqb10F.jpg Drops of ink on kitchen tow
  18. errantmarginalia

    De Atramentis Königsblau

    Really like this one.
  19. Tessy Moon

    De Atramentis Dianthus

    Here is a little review of DeAtramentis Dianthus! Thank you to my friend Elle who gave me this ink sample! In short: It is a fun, bright ink with bright saturation. However, it does tend to feather and bleed on less than the best papers. I even had some feathering on Rhodia Premium Ivory - yikes! Overall, while I love the color, the feathering bugs me. And since I already have some very similar colors I opted to not purchase this one. Still a fun color to check out!
  20. distaffcreations

    10 Inks And A Long Soak

    I tested the following inks for water-fastness: Noodler's Squeteague Noodler's Turquoise Diamine Teal Iroshizuki Shin-Kai Private Reserve Sherwood Green Sheaffer Blue-Black (cartridge) Organics Studio Emerald City DeAtramentis Black Edition-Blue Noodler's Purple Wampum Brown ink* Paper used was from a wide-ruled Norcom Basic Notebook, made in Mexico. After 1 hour I took a photo: After 24 hours I removed the test half, dried it, and scanned it along with the control. The most waterproof inks are Iroshizuki Shin-Kai, Sheaffer Blue-Black, DeAtramentis Black Ed. Blue, and Noodler's P





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