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Diamine Shimmering Set (Half Of The Line Part 2) Overview


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I placed my order today. Thanks all.

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I'm excited! I ordered the full line.

 

Me too! Thanks for the OP's pictures. That night sky is a STUNNER. I ordered only one bottle of each to start, but I'll buy back ups when the frenzy has settled and everyone has gotten some. :)

I hope you'll like all of them ^_^

As for me I'd like 5 or 6, but the samples will save me some time to get them :D

 

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I'm not gonna lie - getting all 10 and keeping them at work (don't think I can bring 10 bottles without blowing my cover) :D

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I'm not gonna lie - getting all 10 and keeping them at work (don't think I can bring 10 bottles without blowing my cover) :D

 

LOL...

 

Do as I do..... I put them in sample vials... ;)

 

 

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So now you need another stack of sample vials already? :lol:

It's a great idea thought!

Lol there are some tidy units for those - more vials, less space :)

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Attila (or anybody else who has had these inks to play with):

 

Have you tried mixing them with other inks to see what happens? If so, which ink brands did you mix them with?

 

Thanks

Breathe. Take one step at a time. Don't sweat the small stuff. You're not getting older, you are only moving through time. Be calm and positive.

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Where can we order these inks?

Attila, since we live in the same area, do you think we could maybe place an order together and split the shipping costs?

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Beautiful work, Attila! I wish I liked the shimmering effect, because some of the underlying colors are really attractive, but I can't get into it. Still, if anything was going to push me over the edge and make me try these, it would be your post. Thanks for the hard work. :)

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Today I ordered all of them except the red, which looks so much like Rouge Hermatite I gave it a miss. I love Rouge Hermatite but I rarely use it. As for the others, I'll use them regularly. (I use the other 3 1670 J Herbins for everyday writing, meeting notes etc. as they make me happy.)

 

I used to love glitter gell pens but gave them up when I discovered colourful fountain pen ink. Now I have the best of both worlds!

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Where can we order these inks? Attila, since we live in the same area, do you think we could maybe place an order together and split the shipping costs?

We can talk about it. I wasn't planning to buy so soon though.

I'll ask around if there's anyone else who would like to join us.

 

Beautiful work, Attila! I wish I liked the shimmering effect, because some of the underlying colors are really attractive, but I can't get into it. Still, if anything was going to push me over the edge and make me try these, it would be your post. Thanks for the hard work. :)

Thank you so much! I really appreciate it! :happy:

 

Today I ordered all of them except the red, which looks so much like Rouge Hermatite I gave it a miss. I love Rouge Hermatite but I rarely use it. As for the others, I'll use them regularly. (I use the other 3 1670 J Herbins for everyday writing, meeting notes etc. as they make me happy.)

 

I used to love glitter gell pens but gave them up when I discovered colourful fountain pen ink. Now I have the best of both worlds!

I'm so happy to hear that!

I really hope you'll love them! :happy:

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I got my package of INK !!!.. I will be playing tonight!!!!!!!!!!!! :D :D :D :D

 

 

I specifically want to play with the green... is not my color, so I have all the intention of getting me a murkier shimmering color... :lticaptd:

 

 

 

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YAY! :bunny01: :bunny01: :bunny01:

The Forest was surprisingly bright and vivid for me! Quite nice!

 

 

Yeah.. I don't do bright and vivid... ;) ... I like murky and dark.... I believe I was a vampire in my previous life... :lticaptd:

 

 

 

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Hungarian heritage.... anything is possible.... http://www.sherv.net/cm/emoticons/halloween/smiley-vampire.gif

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YAY! :bunny01: :bunny01: :bunny01:

The Forest was surprisingly bright and vivid for me! Quite nice!

 

 

He he he.... http://www.sherv.net/cm/emoticons/halloween/smiley-vampire.gif

 

https://www.fountainpennetwork.com/forum/topic/298468-shimmering-green/

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