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I'm on a quest to find the perfect ink for each of many different color and other categories. Here's what I have for greens thus far For greens, I'm looking for two different types of greens: Light green - a beautiful vibrant light tea green with lots of shading.Green - a solid green with some shading and/or sheen, not too blue or yellow, and not dark or olive green. For this review, I've done a comparison of the following inks thus far: Diamine - Emerald Ink sample vialNagasawa Kobe - #19 Minatogawa Lime Ink sample vialVinta Inks - Sea Kelp
amberleadavis posted a topic in Ink ReviewsThis sample was a gift from a fellow FPNer. I will also include a few comparisons to two other bright green inks, I have had inked in my pens lately. http://sheismylawyer.com/She_Thinks_In_Ink/2014-Inklings/slides/2014-Ink_229a.jpg http://sheismylawyer.com/She_Thinks_In_Ink/2014-Inklings/slides/2014-Ink_236.jpg
This is Diamine Light Green, an ink that is more versatile than I first thought. Recommended on absorbent papers, not low-absorbency papers like the Rhodia used below. The scan below leaves the highlights too pale: they are much more visible on the paper. USAGE DAILY WRITER: Unlikely, unless, perhaps, maybe, if you have a very wet pen BUSINESS: Would not be appropriate ILLUSTRATIONS: Possibly, though the shading could be problematic NOTES: Possible, but probably too pale for all but ephemeral notes PERSONAL: Barely possible for letters LOVE LETTERS: I don't think so. CHARACTERISTICS