Tag: green

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 […]

Private Reserve Spearmint Ink Review

13 October 2015 By ian

Private Reserve Spearmint is a very saturated ink with some nice shading and good dry times (although not everyone has found this to be so). It’s a gorgeous shade of green. Here I am doodling the Inkling. You can find some more reviews of Private Reserve Spearmint on Pennaquod.

J. Herbin Emerald of Chivor Ink Review

15 September 2015 By ian

Oh my goodness gracious me. What colour is this ink? It’s quite blue, with green, a fair amount of red around the edges, and then there’s the gold thrown in. No wonder it’s causing such a sensation. It’s a very special ink indeed. Here I am doodling the Inkling. This sample was sent to me […]

Pilot Iroshizuku Shin-Ryoku Ink Review

11 August 2015 By ian

Pilot Iroshikuku Shin-Ryoku (Forest Green) is a lovely dark pine green. It dries quickly, flows well, and has some interesting though subtle shading. This sample was sent to me by Pure Pens to launch their new ink sample service. This is a fantastic way of trying out some of the more expensive inks and is […]