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This is my first review here, but it's also on my blog. Have omitted some photos. Subjective: why I like Diamine Evergreen it appeals to me from a wet and a dry pen, fat and thin linesnice and calm like a mid-grey, but much better contrast and more interesting with the greenwarmer and perhaps not as in-your-face as some other green-blacks (e.g. Diamine Sherwood) the benchmark I would use for lubrication, flow, and ease of cleaninggreat VFM, UK manufacturer (Relatively) Objective: my Review Pens Pelikan M200 FineLamy Safari Charcoal with OM nib (dry writer)Lamy Safari White with OB nib (we
I know there's already been a superb comparison of green that included these three inks, but I wanted to add my own -- since the reviews of Zhivago seem so variable, from "just black" to an obvious green. Clearly Zhivago is greener that Graphite but not as green as Evergreen. Colour laid down is not far from the "fresh" evergreen before it lightens over 24 hours. I have tried diluting Zhivago. It does not make the ink any greener; the end result is something even closer to Graphite, though a tad greener. And ye gods, Noodler's ink smells.