A new Diamine sheen exclusive for the German stationer chain, Penoblo.
Named Penoblue, this teal blue sheening ink bleeds out a very bright turquoise when blended with water. Nice shading qualities in both the handwriting and abstract calligraphy examples. A good reaction to bleach too.
This isn’t a monster sheen, so when dry, only the really concentrated areas dry a metal pinky red. Check out that blot! Depending on your paper surface the ink writes a deep teal blue with hints of red sheen in evidence. I thought the abstract calligraphy title worked quite well? It’s pretty ink.
Tests conducted on Bockingford 200lb rough, Rhodia dot matrix, Seawhite Cartridge and Tamoe River papers using a Noodler’s Creaper pen and an automatic pen. Available soon and exclusively from Penoblo.
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