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Battle Of The Inks - Doppelgänger Edition


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Hey Jan2016.. You do see the difference between all those greens you posted, don't you?

 

 

I appreciate all your work in reviewing inks, but I wouldn't consider these Doppelgängers, some of them are not even from the same family hue.

 

The "GREEN" thread will take them happily.

 

 

Thanks again for your work,

 

 

 

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Hey Jan2016.. You do see the difference between all those greens you posted, don't you?

 

 

I appreciate all your work in reviewing inks, but I wouldn't consider these Doppelgängers, some of them are not even from the same family hue.

 

The "GREEN" thread will take them happily.

 

 

Thanks again for your work,

 

 

 

C.

 

I agree, they are not Doppelgänger inks in the same way as the other inks compared side by side are on this thread. :)

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Yes, I was aware of that... :D :D :D

 

Whereby doppelgänger:

 

can refer to an alter ego, an (almost) exact copy, but refers to the darker side, or seeing a doppelgänger means bad luck.

 

or to a lookalike

 

German language uses the same word Doppelgänger for both concepts

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Yes, I was aware of that... :D :D :D

 

Whereby doppelgänger:

 

can refer to an alter ego, an (almost) exact copy, but refers to the darker side, or seeing a doppelgänger means bad luck.

 

or to a lookalike

 

German language uses the same word Doppelgänger for both concepts

 

Well for the purpose of this thread, we mean... "double", "lookalike" or "twin"

 

 

When posting pics, it helps to put them side by side. Example below:

 

http://imagizer.imageshack.us/a/img743/4126/tnPZ0e.jpg

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Well for the purpose of this thread, we mean... "double", "lookalike" or "twin"

 

 

When posting pics, it helps to put them side by side. Example below:

 

http://imagizer.imageshack.us/a/img743/4126/tnPZ0e.jpg

:yikes:

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then I guess it are exactly the same inks... ;-)

 

 

Akkerman has never confirmed that they are using Diamine inks. The best we can say is that it is "likely".

 

 

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What a fantastic thread! I just spent way to long looking through all the pages but I throughly enjoyed it! thank you :D Maybe someday I'll have some inks to add

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