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Ink With Sheen For Marbled Marianas Noodler's Konrad Acrylic



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Intellidepth

I have a very special Konrad in the two-blued marbled marianas acrylic coming and I'd like to give it its first trial run with a matching sheeny ink in the blue to aqua ranges.

 

Any favourites you'd like to recommend?

 

(The sheeny thread doesn't always show the 'normal' colour of inks as the shots are generally angled to capture the sheen.)

Noodler's Konrad Acrylics (normal+Da Luz custom flex) ~ Lamy AL-Stars/Vista F/M/1.1 ~ Handmade Barry Roberts Dayacom M ~ Waterman 32 1/2, F semi-flex nib ~ Conklin crescent, EF super-flex ~ Aikin Lambert dip pen EEF super-flex ~ Aikin Lambert dip pen semi-flex M ~ Jinhao X450s ~ Pilot Custom Heritage 912 Posting Nib ~ Sailor 1911 Profit 21k Rhodium F. Favourite inks: Iroshizuku blends, Noodler's CMYK blends.

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Two of my favourite inks are Pelikan 4001 Turquoise and Diamine Majestic Blue. Both will produce a reddish sheen in a wet pen, especially the Diamine. I even make a mix of the two which I call cyanide - it's about 10 parts of turquoise to 1 part of Majestic Blue. It's similar to the turquoise, but with a bit more depth.

 

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Ah! I love blending inks, thank you for the suggestions!

Noodler's Konrad Acrylics (normal+Da Luz custom flex) ~ Lamy AL-Stars/Vista F/M/1.1 ~ Handmade Barry Roberts Dayacom M ~ Waterman 32 1/2, F semi-flex nib ~ Conklin crescent, EF super-flex ~ Aikin Lambert dip pen EEF super-flex ~ Aikin Lambert dip pen semi-flex M ~ Jinhao X450s ~ Pilot Custom Heritage 912 Posting Nib ~ Sailor 1911 Profit 21k Rhodium F. Favourite inks: Iroshizuku blends, Noodler's CMYK blends.

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