Diamine Lion Rock is a Hong Kong exclusive ink. It’s a warm, dark brown ink that leans slightly red and it has a very attractive metallic green sheen. I recommend you should use a free flowing pen and coated paper to see it’s sheen at it’s best. Continue reading “Ink Review: Diamine Lion Rock (Hong Kong Exclusive)”
Pilot Iroshizuku tsuyu-kusa is a bright blue ink that translates from Japanese to Asiatic Dayflower. It leans less purple than asa-gao.
Momiji is a bright pinkish red ink that translates to Autumn Leaves from Japanese. It’s a vibrant pinkish/magenta red colour, not a fire-engine red.
Kosumosu is a light pink ink that translates to Cosmos from Japanese. It tends to lean slightly blue like “baby” pink inks, but it’s still very legible compared with some lighter pink inks. It’s exactly what you might think of when you look for a pink ink. Continue reading “Ink Review: Pilot Iroshizuku kosumosu (Cosmos)”
Pilot Iroshizuku ina-ho ink translates from Japanese to Rice Ear and is a light to medium brownish yellow colour similar to the colour of wheat.
Today I’m going to show you my latest pen the Faber-Castell Loom. The Loom might be considered as a starter pen although it costs more than other well known starter pens like the Lamy Safari, the Al-Star and the Pilot Metropolitan. Continue reading “Fountain Pen Review: Faber-Castell Loom Piano White”
Today I’m reviewing Pilot Iroshizuku asa-gao ink. From Japanese this translates to Morning Glory and is a rich royal blue colour. It’s a very popular ink among fountain pen users. Continue reading “Ink Review: Pilot Iroshizuku asa-gao (Morning Glory)”
Today I’m reviewing Diamine A Night in Jodhpur ink.
Diamine A Night in Jodhpur is a Diamine Exclusive ink made specially for Papier & Stift in Germany. Continue reading “Ink Review: Diamine A Night in Jodhpur Exclusive”
Pelikan Edelstein Moonstone ink is the Pelikan Edelstein Ink of the Year for 2020. Moonstone is a silver grey dye based ink. On the box it’s called an Extra soft ink. Continue reading “Ink Review: Pelikan Edelstein Moonstone Ink of the Year 2020”
Today I’m reviewing Diamine Spring Green ink.
Spring Green is a light green, yellow leaning ink from the standard range. It used to be called Light Green but Diamine changed it’s name to Spring Green a few years ago. Continue reading “Ink Review: Diamine Spring Green”