Sailor Ink Studio Swatch Tests – Part 10 – Green

This is the tenth part of my Sailor Ink Studio swatch tests. The swatch cards shown are part of a lovely range of what I’m going to call Green.

Sailor 160 – A light translucent green with a slight blue hue. Washes well with water with limited chromatography in evidence. Turning a neon white/blue when subjected to bleach.

Sailor 767 – A rich mid grass green with yellows in evidence in the watery edge areas. A limited white/blue effect when subjected to bleach.

Sailor 967 – A grubby mid grass green with yellows in evidence in the watery edge areas. A dull white/yellow effect when subjected to bleach.

Sailor 960 – A deep green with a slight blue hue. Washes well with water with limited chromatography in evidence. Turning a dull white/blue when subjected to bleach.

Sailor 760 – A mid green with a slight blue hue. Washes well with water with limited chromatography in evidence. Turning a neon white/blue when subjected to bleach.

Sailor 460 – A translucent mid green with a slight blue hue. Washes well with water with limited chromatography in evidence. Turning a neon white/blue when subjected to bleach.

Sailor 867 – A proper yellow green that blends easily with water and feathers out yellow at the edges. A sheen in evidence. A dull gold effect when subjected to bleach.

Sailor 260 – A light yellow green that blends easily with water and feathers out yellow at the edges. A sheen in evidence. A white/blue effect when subjected to bleach.

Sailor 167 – A translucent yellow green that blends easily with water and feathers out yellow at the edges. A neon white/blue effect when subjected to bleach.

All tests on Bockingford Rough 200lb watercolour paper with handwriting using a Noodler’s Creeper pen.

Many thanks to Catherine at Sakura Fountain Pen Gallery from whom I sourced the samples.

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