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Heart Of Turquoise? Turquoise Of Darkness?


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This evening I was mixing up the faux-waterproof Noodler's Turquoise recipe I found in the ink mixing forum and I decided to do a second mix while I was at it.

 

Taking 2 ml of Turquoise I slowly started adding Noodler's Heart of Darkness to it, testing it with a dipped pen as I went. When I got to a half-ml of HoD added, I got a lovely dark green-black color that looked a lot like Noodler's Aircorp Blue-Black after I had diluted it lots. I had to stop experimenting then due to time, but I intend to add a bit more HoD and see if it keeps getting closer to undiluted ABB in color. I'm hoping it does, because I liked that ink and if I can mix something similar to it from two inks I already have I won't have have another bottle starting at me reproachfully. ("Why aren't you using me? WRITE MORE!")

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Mixing is jolly good fun! We will need pictures though.

 

Dan

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Sounds like a pretty awesome color....Pictures would be great... :D

On a never ending quest for the 'perfect' pen, ink, paper combo... Then again where would the fun be in finding perfection!!

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Photos will have to wait for a bit, I'm afraid--I don't have a camera. But next week when my RPG group meets I'll see if one of my players has a good camera on their phone. In the meantime, I should have time to do a little more mixing and see how much HoD I can put in before losing the Turquoise entirely.

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