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Flex-Pen Ink Review: "Sailor Ink Studio - #162"



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amberleadavis

Thank you for the review!  (Not my color, but I liked seeing it in action).

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Detman101
14 hours ago, amberleadavis said:

Thank you for the review!  (Not my color, but I liked seeing it in action).

Kewl, glad you liked seeing it!
It is one of my new favorite inks. Especially since discovering that my bottle of "J.Herbin - Vert Atlantide" is far too wet to use with my Opus-88-SODF.
 

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1 hour ago, Detman101 said:

Kewl, glad you liked seeing it!
It is one of my new favorite inks. Especially since discovering that my bottle of "J.Herbin - Vert Atlantide" is far too wet to use with my Opus-88-SODF.
 

Try adding a little bit of water (about 5%) to the Herbin, you might find it makes all the difference.

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namrehsnoom

Drooling … Wow! That’s a beautiful ink. I like the colour, the shading… totally my type of ink. I totally enjoyed the MB Kipling ink, and am now really curious about this one. Another one for the “must have” list 😉 

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Detman101
2 hours ago, mizgeorge said:

Try adding a little bit of water (about 5%) to the Herbin, you might find it makes all the difference.

Oh my goodness...really?
I can't wait to try this!
Now the challenge of waiting til this fill of #162 is finished...lol.
I'll try it before I load and test #140 with some of the old 'lightning'.
😋

2 hours ago, namrehsnoom said:

Drooling … Wow! That’s a beautiful ink. I like the colour, the shading… totally my type of ink. I totally enjoyed the MB Kipling ink, and am now really curious about this one. Another one for the “must have” list 😉 

Awesome!
If you liked Kipling...you'll love this one.
It's wetter...AND it chromo-shades!!

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Very nice review!  Thank you for all the time it too for you to do this.  

 

This is almost an ink you would use in early spring, when plants are emerging from their long winter's rest.  It evokes Vivaldi's Four Seasons - Spring. 

 

"Today will be gone in less than 24 hours. When it is gone, it is gone. Be wise, but enjoy! - anonymous today

 

 

 

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Detman101
13 hours ago, DrDebG said:

Very nice review!  Thank you for all the time it too for you to do this.  

 

This is almost an ink you would use in early spring, when plants are emerging from their long winter's rest.  It evokes Vivaldi's Four Seasons - Spring. 

 

Why thank you! I'm glad you enjoyed the review.
Oh, now THAT is just a beautiful connection to make regarding this ink!!
Makes me like this ink even more!
Thank you! :D

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