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Kiwa-Guro Vs Sou-Boku


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To me, Sailor Kiwa-Guro is a remarkable ink because it has a very subtly grainy writing feel which offers me much more control on super-smooth nibs. Also it reduces the line width of a pen without making the pen appear dry or unpleasant. I adore that. I am in awe of that. In terms of colour, it's a very interesting shade of black but it's still black and I'm not big on black ink.

 

So I'm very tempted to buy Sou-Boku, but I'm hoping that Sou-Boku is the same as Kiwa-Guro except for its colour. Is it? Or is it also different in other aspects such as wetness, feel...?

 

Thanks.

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Kiwa-guro wet and very well lubricated, does not shade and is overlaid uniformly with intense grey sheen.

Sou-boukou is a tad drier shade and sheens quite well. It is a true blue-black with nothing else in it.

My first impressions.

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