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Dearest FP and Ink Nutters,

 

First of all, welcome to this new (sub)forum, where you can share, update and review your own favourite ink mixes and concoctions. Main moderator here is saskia_madding, who would like to run this forum very much like the ink the review area. So:

 

1. Each original poster should only have one recipe per thread. Slight modifications to the original mix and any additional comments can go in the same thread.

 

2. Pictures are important. Not *required* but strongly encouraged.

 

3. Same goes for reviewing the ink - the more detailed the better. We'd love to see the same thing we hope for in regular reviews: comments on dry time, feathering, shadowing, bleed through, behaviour on different papers, etc. However, even just a brief review is good. Like "it was made from Waterman Florida Blue, and behaves exactly the same - no bleeding or feathering".

 

4. Please try come up with a name of some form, or else we'll have a kazillion posts titled and indexed as "a beautiful dark blue"!

 

You can use saskia_madding's first mix review as an example.

 

Thank you all very much in advance, and enjoy!

 

Warm regards,

The FPN Moderator and Admin Team

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