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Inkshift - Callifolio Heure Dorée To Noir


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InkShift – L'Artisan Pastellier Callifolio Heure Dorée to Noir


With their Callifolio line of inks, L'Artisan Pastellier has produced some really nice ink colours. Some of them are better than others, though. I really like Heure Dorée as a drawing ink, and it is undoubtedly a beautiful ink for journaling with wet & broad pens. But... I'm typically using F/M nibs on my pens, and with these Heure Dorée is definitely too light for my taste. Time to darken it up a bit by adding a bit of Noir - the black ink of the Callifolio series, and see what this produces.


Below is a set of progressive mixes I used while looking for an interesting combination. This mixing experiment turned out really well. In fact, I like almost all combinations.



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The mixes shift from a yellow- to a green-olive colour. I even like the dirty-green 1:1 mix. I have several favourites this time:


  • The 1:15 mix makes for a very readable yellow-olive

  • The 1:5 mix looks like a nice green-olive

  • The 1:1 mix is an intriguing dirty-green


I haven't made up my mind yet about my absolute favourite. I would be interested to know what people on the forum consider theirs - please let me know. My plan is to choose one of the mixes in the coming days, and do a more comprehensive review which I will post here on the forum.


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I don't have a favourite, only a remark: the first several steps, from the unadulterated Heure Dorée down to the 1:5 mix, look awfully like the not-entirely-gradual darkening of Platinum Classic Ink Citrus Black.

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Really interesting project you've got going, namrehsnoom.

I'll admit that I'm not a fan of any of the mixes here. I like original (unmixed) color, but I can see where it has the problem of many gold and yellow inks -- too light to be legible.

Wondering what would happen if you mixed it with something that isn't black (a brown or red, maybe).

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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