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Any ideas for ink that will match??
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24 minutes ago, OCArt said:

Any ideas for ink that will match??

 

I'm going to guess Sailor Manyo Kakitsubata blue or Noodler's Polar Purple none of which I have but it would be smashing in a Lamy Candy Violet Safari

 

Update: apparently Noodler's does have a Periwinkle that is also similar

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Herbin Bleu Myosotis? 

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Oh, I'm gonna have to dig out my bottle of Brexit now.  I'm also thinking of a sample I picked up a while back but haven't yet tried -- Pennonia Tihanyi Lila (ironically in the same bag as my sample of RO Sydney Lavender, which I also haven't tried, but which looks a little darker in the sample vial that the Tihanyi Lila).  I had seen the story about the Pantone Color of the Year earlier today on the noon news, and was thinking it was a nice color.

Guess I know what I'm doing this weekend (good thing I just flushed a number of pens out recently...).

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On 12/9/2021 at 4:38 AM, PithyProlix said:

Herbin Bleu Myosotis? 

Eclat de Saphir is more likely closer, but perhaps still not purplish enough...

possibly Violette Pensée, but perhaps too purplish...

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1 hour ago, sansenri said:

Eclat de Saphir is more likely closer, but perhaps still not purplish enough...

possibly Violette Pensée, but perhaps too purplish...

 

Hmm, to my eye Eclat is more blue than Myosotis.  

I do agree that Violette Pensée is too purple.

 

I think I will stick with Bleu Myosotis, which I actually see as more violet than blue, as a good match. :)

 

 

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I looked at my Myosotis more carefully, in terms of colour hue you may be right it's closer that the other two I mentioned, possibly not as dark?

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Noodler's had a periwinkle color that was right on target. Now I'll have to find it.

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My elderly bottle of Private Reserve Tanzanite looks quite similar.

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Probably because it's a quiet and rather soothing looking color....

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21 hours ago, Aysedasi said:

How does that rather uninspiring colour get to be 'color of the year'?  

... because 2022 may become uninspiring? ;)

Ok, no, I hope not!

 

I looked at the Pantone homepage and took the screen representation of the color for conversion into RGB:

https://www.pantone.com/color-of-the-year-2022-palette-exploration

 

it resulted in: R 104, G: 105, B: 170 (hex #6869aa).

With this code I searched at ink swatch: https://inkswatch.com/choice.html?hexColorChoice=6869aa

 

While some of the results have purple hue (and seem not to fit well), inks like Akkerman #02 Residentie Blauw, Laban Blue, Waldman Blue and Burmingham Justice Blue look like good fits (all by screen appearance from scans).

However, I think Rohrer & Klingner Isatis (already mentioned, above) and even Montblanc Midnight Blue (new edition) in dry or EF writing pens can be good fits as well.

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10 hours ago, inkstainedruth said:

Probably because it's a quiet and rather soothing looking color....

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4 hours ago, InesF said:

Montblanc Midnight Blue (new edition)

That ink fades to grey.

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Here you go - a couple inks that are supposed to match this topic's subject:

Script nib for writing screenplays. • Fine nib for my best writing. • Extra fine for my *very* best writing. • Medium for requesting a séance. • Bold for adventure stories. • Manifold for many various types of writing. • Coarse for indignant letters. • Oblique for making a point in a roundabout way. • Italic when I'm inclined. • Stub for when I intend to leave a manuscript unfinis ... 

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