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  1. Champagne dear? Don't mind if I do! Black n red, Taroko Breeze and Fabriano Notebooks respectively,
  2. This is appearing lighter on my screen than in real life but true to life in the swatch Black n red, Taroko Breeze, Fabriano Notebooks respectively,
  3. Black n Red, Taroko Breeze, Fabriano Notebooks respectively
  4. A punchy neon lime ideal for highlighting! Black n red, Taroko Breeze and Fabriano Notebooks respectively
  5. Bhavna

    Diamine Shimmer 2018 Starlit

    A beautiful, well behaved blue-teal with silver shimmer. Black n red, Taroko Breeze and Fabriano Notebooks
  6. senzen

    25 Inks, 3 Papers

    HP LJ 32 lbs, more readily available in some parts of the world, does take a little while to dry: Fabriano: dries more quickly. Tomoe River, great thin paper.
  7. Diamine Ancient Copper has been reviewed at length, I arrived at it looking for an alternative to Montblanc Leonardo and other inks; it's a good looking ink, but it didn't do it for me, so I gave it way; this is what remains in a Lamy Vista with an F nib. The paper is Fabriano Ecoqua, it seems to bring out the best of several inks, it's smooth and dries much faster than Clairefontaine and Rhodia. First row of other colours: Ama Iro, Kon Peki, Souten, Équinoxe 6, Tsuyu Kusa, Asa Gao. Second row: Inti, Ina Ho, Lie de Thé, Yama Guri, Ajisai, Myosotis. Third row: Chiku Rin, Vert Empire, V
  8. This is a review of FABRIANO EcoQua (glued) 'padbook' A5 size , dotted grid. It comes in a few striking colours. This one is Lime Green. Front Back Closer view of the label Made in Italy. A5 size (corners are not rounded) 90 sheets paper is 85gsm dotted grid The book is glued like in a foolscap pad This is the inside of the rear cover (a much thicker card) Closeup of the English writeup Apparently very 'green' production methods The standards achieved The paper is printed in a dot grid. It is light grey in colour so its not distracting :thumbup: But I can
  9. TassoBarbasso

    Fabriano Paper, Anyone?

    Hi All! I've been struggling to find the Perfect Paper for a while, to no avail so far... I'm considering getting some Tomoe but it's expensive and troublesome to get, so I will probably give up at some point. However, as I'm Italian, I was thinking that it could be a nice idea to try some Fabriano paper. It's pretty much everywhere in Italian stationary shops and comes rather cheap. However, before spending even just 5 euros for a ream of paper that might be useful only for printing, I'd like to hear from any of you what is your experience with Fabriano papers. Any paper. Just share you
  10. introduction For the past two years, I’ve used Rhodia’s dotpad for taking notes, writing letters, and testing fountain pens and inks. I had never heard of Fabriano or Ecoqua until I stumbled across their version of the dotpad in a brick and mortar store in Long Beach, CA. I’ve used them both quite a lot since then, and enjoy them both. Here’s a comparison of these two great pads. http://i900.photobucket.com/albums/ac209/jasonchickerson/paper%20comparison%2006.jpg http://i900.photobucket.com/albums/ac209/jasonchickerson/paper%20comparison%2007.jpg Used for this comparison: 1. Lamy 200
  11. Hi everyone, I am new to the forum and was hoping you guys could help me out with a new found hobby. I've recently retaken up writing with fountain pens and now I want to jump into the world of binding my own notebooks, it's fun and I get something really nice at the end. I've done a test run of all of the paper I could get my hands on so far and my favorite is the 85 gsm bioprima paper found in the Fabriano EcoQua notebooks, the problem I am having is I dont' know where to get just the paper. The EcoQua notebooks seem to be everywhere online and in local art stores but I can't for the life
  12. Hi, This is a review of the Fabriano EcoQua A5 Spiral Bound - graph 5mm notebook. See more at http://fabriano.com/en/267/ecoqua http://i.imgur.com/IDSu8Se.jpghttp://i.imgur.com/XNZwtje.jpghttp://i.imgur.com/PWNDPuZ.jpg http://i.imgur.com/OKEvYtY.jpg http://i.imgur.com/drpaYuM.jpg Pros: It has nice paper (85 gsm). The paper is quite smooth, but not as smooth as Clairefontaine. There is minor show-through and no bleed-through. Cons: (Personally, I cannot think of any.) Things to consider: The paper is off-white. The notebooks are available in different binding, sizes, formats, and cove
  13. So I was going to the university bookstore intent on buying some 3.5" x 5.5" Clairefontaine notebooks, but alas, they were not in stock. Instead of hassling the salesperson to order some in from the other campus, these Fabriano EcoQua notebooks caught my eye. This is the first time I'm hearing about the company (though they claim they've been making paper since the 1200s, supposedly). So I figure I'd give it a shot. I present to you, my handwritten review! My apologies for my terrible handwriting, it's getting better. I swear. Notes not covered in the review: - The perforations are only on
  14. Find attached my review of the Fabriano Accademia paper: Forgot to mention that Fabriano produces the Venezia Book (journal) with this paper, in the following sizes: 4x6, 6x9 and 9x12. A lovely journal! Some tests using other pens and inks: Back of the paper to show bleed-through/show-through: These are the pens I used for this review:
  15. Find attached my review of the Fabriano Disegno 4 paper: Some tests using other pens and inks: Back of the paper to show bleed-through/show-through: These are the pens I used for this review:
  16. Find attached my review of the Fabriano Disegno 4 paper: Some tests using other pens and inks: Back of the paper to show bleed-through/show-through: These are the pens I used for this review:





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