Diamine Teal ink review

This is a lovely and unusually coloured ink. I’m not at all sure it’s actually what I’d consider ‘teal’, it’s much more a dark blue with the barest hint of green (if you squint a bit and look out of the corner of your eye, in the right light). I[…]

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Diamine Sunset ink review

This is a very bright rather saturated orange ink. It’s almost tangerine in colour. I haven’t seen many sunsets like this and I can’t say that I’m going to use it all that often. But it’s bright and cheery and that’s always a good thing. Here’s me doing the doodle:

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Diamine Eau de Nil ink review

Continuing the theme of beautiful must-have inks, here is Diamine’s Eau de Nil. Nile Water. Having looked at a few pictures of the Nile I think it perhaps depends where on the Nile you are. But in this particular part, it’s a very lovely colour indeed. There’s some shading too.[…]

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Diamine Ancient Copper ink review

Diamine Ancient Copper is a very special ink. It shades in the most beautiful way and really does look like ancient copper. In that respect, Diamine picked an excellent name.  If you know your way around a flex or italic nib then you’ll be able to really bring this ink[…]

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Diamine Woodland Green ink review

This is a nice green that makes you think of Robin Hood and his merry men, lurking in the forest ready to leap on posh people. There isn’t a whole lot of shading going on with this ink but it’s a typically well-behaved Diamine ink that won’t let you down.[…]

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