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My Colors 3- Greens, Pinks, Reds, Browns, Burgundies, Oranges


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I laid down my colors and here is what came out...I thought it may be useful for other people as well when shopping for different colors. I try to adjust color tones as best as I can on Photoshop. But since what shows up on your screen may be very different due to your color settings, try to calibrate your monitor/screen first...the empty lines on the pics will be filled with my lastly ordered inks when they arrive.

My favorite brands are Diamine & Pilot. Sometimes pilot inks are a little bit dry though. Favorite colors are marked with (F)...Due to upload limitations other colors will be posted on the other posts...

 

Greens:

 

Diamine Jade Green

 

Pilot Chikurin

 

Diamine Light Green

 

J.Herbin Vert Olive

 

Rohrer & Klingner Alt Goldgrun

 

Diamine Kelly Green

 

Diamine Ultra Green

 

Edelstein Aventurine

 

Diamine Woodland

 

Diamine Sherwood Green

 

Private Reserve Avacado

 

Sailor Jentle Epinard

 

Diamine Emerald

 

Burgundy:

 

Diamine Amaranth (F)

 

Pilot Yamabudo

 

Noodler's Ottoman Rose

 

Montblanc Burgundy

 

Sailor Grenade

 

Diamine Syrah

 

Diamine Oxblood

 

Diamine Rustic Brown

 

Pinks:

 

Edelstein Turmaline

 

Diamine Deep Magenta

 

Pilot Tsutsuji

 

Caran D'ache Divine Pink

 

Reds:

 

Diamine Passion Red

 

Diamine Wild Strawberry (F)

 

Diamine Poppy Red

 

Caran D'ache Infra Red

 

Diamine Matador (F)

 

J.Herbin 1670 Rouge Hematite

 

Diamine Crimson Red

 

Diamine Red Dragon

 

Browns:

 

Diamine Chocolate Brown

 

Pilot Tsukushi

 

Waterman Havana Brown

 

Pelikan 4001 Lux Brown (F)

 

Diamine Raw Sienna

 

Diamine Ancient Copper (F)

 

Diamine Burnt Sienna (F)

 

Diamine Sepia

 

Diamine Golden Brown

 

Noodler's Rome Burning

 

Oranges:

 

Edelstein Amber

 

Noodler's Apache Sunset (F)

 

Sailor Jentle Apricot

 

Pilot Yuyake

 

Diamine Sunset

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Nice selection you have going there.

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nice collection it will take me years to get a collection like this :D

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It took me 3 months to buy 40+ pens and 94 inks... :)

:o thats a record... :D it took me 2 days to find a blue-black ink in local shops :DD

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Thank you for taking the time to make all these. They are very helpful to me right now as I am looking to expand my ink colors and trying to decide what color ink samples to buy.

 

I wonder if there is any way on this forum to mark some of our favorite posts (like a "bookmark" of sorts) so we can easily find them again when we would like to refer to them in the future.

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not a wet one. I was trying to simulate what I get from a 1mm width italic nib. So, I was careful about eliminating excessive ink after dipping, so that the color does not become darker than it actually is. as far as I compare the results with what I get from my italic pens, they are pretty similar...

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It took me 3 months to buy 40+ pens and 94 inks... :)

 

Nowhere near that.. in 4 months I just collected 30+ ink... Pens... will not mention...

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