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  1. thoddomas

    The Story On Sailor Storia Inks

    We wrote up an overview of the entire Sailor Storia pigmented inks collection, complete with handwriting scans. I'm glad to report that no pens (vintage or modern) were harmed in the writing of this review. A week or so after the writing samples were written, the pens had run out of their fills and were washed out without any staining or clogging issues encountered. The only extra effort needed was to wipe the nib when rinsing to get a little bit of the "creep" ink off the metal of the nib. Read the full review here : http://goldspotpens.blogspot.com/2015/09/the-story-on-sailor-storia-pigmented.html Pens & Ink match-ups in the review : Visconti Van Gogh Impressionist (F) - Sailor Storia Clown Light Green Kaweco AL-Sport Raw Aluminum (EF) - Sailor Storia Blue Night TWSBI Diamond 530 (1.5mm Stub) - Sailor Storia Fire Red OMAS New Bologna (M 18kt) - Sailor Storia Magic Purple Waterman 352 Stalwart (vintage flex) - Sailor Storia Lion Light Brown Nemosine Singularity (0.6mm Stub) - Sailor Storia Spotlight Yellow Parker Blue Diamond Vacumatic (F) - Sailor Storia Dancer Pink Edison Herald (F) - Sailor Storia Balloon Green
  2. Hello FPN Friends, I most regularly see some stunning inks with a high saturation here. I am trying to make a topic where there is an overview of such inks with a scanned picture or photo. Some Ideas to add to you ink pictures Brand name /series and ink namebehaviour (just a few words)Safety.... Some inks seem to clogg pens or even kill them.(Your advice on this)Fountain Pen maintenance when using this inkmaybe a comparison to another inkyour judgmentOf course not all above mentiond points are obligatory but the Ink name may come in handy Example http://i1286.photobucket.com/albums/a617/Morbus_Curiositas/De%20Atramentis%20Wilhelm%202/Scan_Pic0007%20fpn_zpsyykperfj.jpg http://i1286.photobucket.com/albums/a617/Morbus_Curiositas/Waterman%20Havana/Havana%20WH2%20vomit%20comparison_zpsg1qlvgiq.jpg Judgement. Highly saturated deep red brown ink quickly drying.... Love the Colour.... This was just an example but feel free to be creative.... And of course it should not take a whole day's work.... My tip if you already have a review of a pigmented or highly saturated ink.... Simply copy/paste a picture taken from that review here.. regards Peter





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