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Karmachanic posted a topic in Inky ThoughtsIn case you were wondering about the scientific differences between Hero and Ostrich inks observable through scanning electron microscopy. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2211715620300035
Ostrich ink is a very very old name in ink manufacturing in China and last year they bring out their first ever set of color ink in the form of the " Flower Series " at 15ml ea. for a collection of 12 colors; I recently get hold of a set of this in the plain form ( there is also the same set but with gold glitter ). A lot of back and forth communique with the factory tech finally get me informed that while the ink is not marketed or intentionally designed for mixing it is none the less mixable. So I set out to do a sampling of the ink and the combo The combo will have to wait a bit later but
Seele posted a topic in Ink ReviewsOstrich is the main brand used by the Tianjin Ink Factory in China, and the firm is the first manufacturer of fountain pen inks; the modern pigment ink is believed to be one of their innovations. Oddly enough, while the brand is Ostrich, the logo is an emu: but then in the Chinese language the same word refers to both creatures, I understand. As a friend was making a trip to Tianjin I certainly was persuasive enough to end up with a few bottles of Ostrich inks, the most interesting one is undoubtedly the 901 Green, apparently the only green ink in series production in China. I understand tha