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Toucan Ink: Aqua



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itsvroomvroom

Hi members of FPN!

 

This is my first review, so I'm not sure if I covered everything, but I hope it helps! For the water test, I wrote "the quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog" twice and passed one over with a wet Q-tip and dropped some water on the other via an eyedropper. I bought the ink as part of the FPN group buy about a month ago along with Toucan Bright Blue and Violet. Of the three, Aqua is probably my favorite.

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Thanks for putting up this review - seems to cover the bases to me! Your description of the ink' properties is similar to mine too: well-behaved, a little under saturated, but shades really nicely;not even remotely waterproof... I quite like Aqua too: sits nicely between Turquoise and Bright Green, but I find it a little more intense than both. All in all, a pretty good ink.

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Nice review thank you.

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Thanks...

 

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