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L'artisan Pastellier Callifolio Bleu Azure


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Not my kind of blue, but it might to some people's liking.

 

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Thanks for the review. I've been interested in Callifolio inks for some time but there are very few reviews that give a clear picture of how these inks behave.

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Great review! I am not a huge Callifolio fan because they aren't saturated enough for my tastes, but I think they are environmentally friendly with their packaging.

Fountain pens are my preferred COLOR DELIVERY SYSTEM (in part because crayons melt in Las Vegas).

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I've only tried a couple of samples so far, but they definitely seem to be on the watery side.

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It's good to see other Callifolio reviews. I enjoy this inks but I mostly use broad and wet nibs where they can really shine. I guess they're not really made for dryish needlepoint nibs.

The only other Callifolio I've tried is Oconto. I also found it a little thin and watery, but it was definitely nicer coming out of a wet M nib than a F. Next up is Grenat, which seems very nice, though I haven't inked a pen up with it.

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