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  1. A Smug Dill

    Lists of PenBBS pigment and shimmer inks

    From the album: Translated third-party content

    This information on PenBBS inks was pretty difficult to find, not the least because the source material was presented as an image file that does not lend itself well to text searching; that it is written in (simplified) Chinese just makes it all that much harder for non-Chinese-speaking pen users, who cannot copy-and-paste the text, or have any hope of manually entering the text, into a language translation tool to make sense of it.

    © ezbuy

  2. Source: AliExpress PenBBS is mostly known for its pen models on English-language fountain pen hobbyist forums, but it also makes a heck of lot of different inks — including some pigment inks and shimmer inks besides dye inks — and releases sometimes ten, sometimes a dozen, or even two dozen new ink colours at a time in batches it refers to as ‘seasons’. Their relative obscurity in the Western world is understandable, though. Each ink is both numbered and named, but from what I've seen, the name of a particular ink is usually given either only in Chinese or only in English,
  3. prinselijkcoder

    Replacing A Waterman Laureat Nib Feed

    Hello everyone, I'm exactly sure where to put this, but repair seems most apt to me. I'm fairly new to FPs, having bought a Pilot Metropolitan F about a year ago, and have especially started using them in the past few months. Apart from my Metro, I have a Waterman Laureat Mk1 M, which was given to me by my mother. She got it in the 90s, and I don't think she really used it more than a few years after that. I'm pretty sure she never even bought more than one bottle of ink. Considering that, it's been sitting in storage for at least a year, if I remember correctly it was not entirely clean e
  4. Initial impression. This is a really cool ink! My test pen is my favorite Omas. A Ludovico Einaudi Signature Paragon with a broad nib. The ink is a highly saturated dark metallic blue on Rhodia paper but doesnt seem to dry out very fast. Ebonite feeds actually turn an iridescent red after a short time in air! The feed regulator fins turn red while the lower portions remain a metallic blue. Its a very unique effect. The pen kept writing though after being uncapped for a few minutes. The color of the metallic at the bottom of the jar looks a lot like Diamine Tropical Glow but the bas
  5. I've been playing with a dip pen to do some ornamental writing. Since there were some mixed feelings about putting the sparkle inks into FPs I decided to use my dip pen. While it wrote fine with the 1670 trying to keep the ink shaken so the metallic dust doesn't settle seems all but impossible. The result was lovely shading but not shimmer. Has anyone found a good way to keep the shimmer while using a dip pen?
  6. PenBoutique

    Diamine Shimmering Inks Are Here!

    BEAUTIFUL SHIMMER- TASTIC!! In stock now all 10 colors. Golden Sands Blue Pearl Purple Pazzazz Night Sky Magical Forest Brandy Dazzle Shimmering Seas Red Lustre Sparkling Shadows Blue Lightning Have any questions let us know you can call 1800-263-2736 or 410-992-3272 and also email at Support@penboutique.com
  7. I'm struggling to get the best out of Diamine's new shimmering inks. I'm using Purple Pazazz and Shimmering Seas. I've tried different pens, but not getting a lot of shimmer (ad I did shake the bottle before filling). However, after rubbing down a couple of spills, I notice the shimmer there more - so is there a possibility that the shimmer is being hampered by layers of ink, as the particles end up on the page, rather than on the surface, where they can be seen by the reader. I was thinking that perhaps some blotting paper might help, or is the shimmer effect quite muted? (I can se
  8. Cyber6

    Shimmering Green !

    Playing around with the new shimmering inks from Diamine. I never liked the Green included, so I went to make a much darker green (my type of green) I immediately started playing with Magic Forest..and I got myself a nice dark green now. I could post a pic.... but, is almost midnight and the picture will be horrible under artificial lighting. I did scan it... but again, only a proper pic can do it justice. If you don't mind the scan below... I promise to take pics in the sun tomorrow. (If we get sun.. it was cloudy today) The last mix was the best....





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