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Kyo No Oto Yamabuki Iro - Compact Review


Jan2016
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One of my favorite inks. I have it in one of my daily writers. I like the shading. In light it is yellow, in darker parts greenish. Some even see it as brownish.

And one of the most even chromo's I have done so far.

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I'm also a big fan of this ink. I've found that the ink looks much greener when wet, turning more yellow with a hint of gold as it dries. Even knowing this behavior, I'm consistently surprised whenever I ink the color up again--"Was this always so green? Oh, wait..." With sporadic usage, I'll probably never get used to the color shift, which makes writing with the ink all the more fun.

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I am polyglot but Japanese is not one of the languages I speak. :D

The color shift makes it very interesting, and this ink turned out much more readable then I expected.

The chromo really surprised me, because I expected some complex things, but apparently it is exactly this "simple" composition which makes this ink behave this way.

Other ones are coming up but it can take a while.

The number of ink I have perplexed me... :D

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This ink is very interesting, I’ve fallen for the TAG Kyoto line since I bought my first bottle.

Thank you for the review and for making my want to buy list longer :D

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