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Diamine Safari (150Th Anniversary Collection)


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Nicely shading, quick drying, lightish green with some dark undertones. Loved the color and sharing, and smoothness. I don't have any inks to compare to.

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Lovely review of a unique ink, thank you!

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Hi,

 

looks very interesting, I will get me a bottle soon...

 

Thank you for the review.

 

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Jens

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Not keen about the color -- but I have others of the Anniversary line that I like a lot.

Thanks for the review.

Ruth Morrisson aka inkstainedruth

"It's very nice, but frankly, when I signed that list for a P-51, what I had in mind was a fountain pen."

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~ rdugur:

 

This well-named ink is a favorite of mine.

As jandrese notes above, it's similar to Diamine Salamander.

Thank you for a helpful review.

Tom K.

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Reminds me of split pea soup.

 

Thank you for the great review, rdugar! And thank you for the great word picture, chromantic. :D I was thinking I liked the color, but now I am not so sure.

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Another scan on Tomoe River 58 gsm paper.

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Thank you for the follow-up and addition to your review.

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Thanks for the review and follow-up.  This is on my list to try - I don't know why I didn't try it back when I got Salamander - I think I was trying to be selective, or some weird thing!  Salamander won, but I still want to try this one - love the murky greens. :D

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