Ink Review: Akkerman Delfts Blue

Today I’m reviewing Akkerman Delfts Blue ink.
Delfts Blue is named for delftware pottery that has been made since 17th century.
It is a single dye blue ink and is a straight, light, unsaturated blue. It’s a really attractive shade of blue. Continue reading “Ink Review: Akkerman Delfts Blue”

Ink Review: Diamine Prussian Blue

Today I’m reviewing Diamine Prussian Blue ink. A blue-grey or blue-black ink from the standard range, Diamine Prussian Blue is a nicely saturated colour with a vintage look to it. It’s darker, less green leaning and more saturated than Indigo, and it flows better and feels more lubricated when writing across the page.

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