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KWZ Brown Pink

Diamine Merlot

Herbin Poussiere del Lune

Diamine Tyrian Purple

 

The KWZ, like many others from Konrad, looks almost black when pooled, with a velvety, matt sheen. It is the most free-flowing of the bunch. The Diamines have a very slight golden sheen, more evident on Tomoe than on this Rhodia; Tyrian Purple is the least saturated of the bunch and exhibits a more pronounced halo effect when used with the flat nib. Poussiere de Lune is more blue than the others. If I had to pick a favourite, it'd be Tyrian Purple :wub:

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inkstainedruth

Thanks for this. I had been curious about Brown Pink. Didn't like Poussiére de Lune when I tried it a few years ago, and I was apparently ambivalent about Diamine Merlot. But like Tyrian Purple a whole lot.

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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VERY NICE

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