Category: Ink Review

Noodler’s G.I. Green Ink Review

6 April 2016 By ian

G.I. Green is part of Noodler’s V-Mail series. This sample was sent to me by Pure Pens who describe this series thus: These are all replica vintage inks that exhibit classic period ink behaviours with mild (when compared to our modern bulletproof and eternal inks) water resistance upon the page (particularly after the passage of […]

Diamine Purple Pazzazz Ink Review

1 March 2016 By ian

Another of Diamine’s sparkly inks and this one is as overtop in colour as it is in name. Purple with gold sparkles, it’s my daughter’s dream combo. This ink does not do subtle. Here I am doodling the Inkling. To get the best(?!) out of this ink you need to use it with a big […]

Pilot Iroshizuku Tsukushi Ink Review

2 February 2016 By ian

Tsukushi means horsetail and this ink is indeed very horsey coloured. Not my favourite colour, to be honest, but there’s some hints of sheen to it. It flows well and dries quickly. Here I am doodling the Inkling. You can find some more reviews of Tsukushi on Pennaquod.