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  1. A Smug Dill

    10x16mm label on ink converter

    From the album: Odds and ends

    The ink in the converter is Pelikan 4001 Brillant-Schwarz, but the label was written with Platinum Carbon Black ink, which is waterproof and not apt to smudge when rubbed.

    © A Smug Dill

  2. From the album: Ink performance testing

    The paper used is Arttec Como Sketch Pad 210gsm paper for mixed media. Platinum Carbon Black ink is waterproof, but if you re-wet the surface of the paper and then apply friction — with your fingertip, a rubber eraser, or even the bristles of a soft brush — some carbon particles can come off and cause apparent smudging. Those loose particles can most likely be washed off completely, however, without staining the page. Originally posted here: https://www.fountainpennetwork.com/forum/topic/355628-struggling-to-find-a-waterproof-black-for-watercolor-sketches/?do=findC

    © A Smug Dill

  3. Paganini

    Looking For Black

    For the last few years I've enjoyed Platinum Carbon Black. It dries quickly, works in practically any paper, and is basically indestructible, so it is good for things like addressing envelopes, making grocery lists, and writing down recipes. I don't use very much black ink, though; my usual Carbon Black pen is a Platinum Plaisir. Ink will live in it more or less indefinitely without drying out, so I only open my Carbon Black bottle once or twice a year. As a result, even though my bottle of Carbon Black is several years old, it's nearly full. This morning I opened it up and it made a *FSS
  4. I use Rapidographs a lot in my art, and the old bottle of Koh-i-noor ink that I've been using with them is close to running out. It's not the greatest ink for my purposes--the shellac that makes it waterproof also makes everything shiny, which shows up on scanned images. It's also not as water-resistant as I'd like, mostly due to a layer of ink sitting on top of the surface of the paper and running all over the place if I try to use some watercolors over it. The solution to that, and to a certain extent to the sheen as well, has been to erase over everything really well to rub off any extra in





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