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Levenger New Bottled Ink Colors


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While few and infrequent new colors and they discontinue colors at times, three new colors are on the web site.

I've found Levenger to always be good in saturation and quality. I ordered them today. Not affiliated, although, I miss their presence here in Florida. :crybaby:

 

Blazing Sunset

Greystroke

Pomegranate

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I'll have to go look! I loved their last gray ink!

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Sorry for the old thread resurrection. I wanted to add a comment on Blazing Sunset. I picked up a bottle of it, and I really like the color. It seems "drier" in the new Pilot FP, but that may just be the nib. However, as life tends to steal attention, I let it dry in the pen, and it left a bit of a crusty, clumpy mass behind. Luckily the nib and feed were easy to get out for a proper and thorough rinsing (thanks to Goulet's handy video on that subject).

 

Anyone else have any thoughts on this ink? It really is a great color, but I'd be wary of letting it dry out.

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?....However, as life tends to steal attention, I let it dry in the pen, and it left a bit of a crusty, clumpy mass behind. Luckily the nib and feed were easy to get out for a proper and thorough rinsing (thanks to Goulet's handy video on that subject).

 

Anyone else have any thoughts on this ink? It really is a great color, but I'd be wary of letting it dry out.

Orange/rust coloured inks are known for a tendency to form nib crud, especially in pens with caps that don't seal well. There are several that exhibit the same behaviour e.g. Diamine Ancient Copper & Pumpkin, amongst others.

Verba volant, scripta manent

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I always liked the Levenger Cobalt blue ink, which is my alternative to my favorite blue: DC Supershow Blue from Private Reserve.

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