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Noodler's Rome Burning - Compact Review



Jan2016

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One of the more interesting colors in my opinion. Purplish when wet, but drying up as a brown, with yellow undertone.

On the swap there is even a yellow outlining.

I like it, but I guess it will be a love hate thing.

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Great review, thanks! As a writing ink, I hesitate whether it's worth getting it in addition to all the other browns I have. But I had a chance to play with it at a Nick Stewart workshop, and as a drawing ink it is sensational with the purple and yellow components seperating out beautifully - see drawing below

 

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WOW! both of your drawings are absolutely fantastic! I didn't really like it as a writing ink so I'm gifting the sample I have to an artist friend of mine after seeing these reviews!

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