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|Model Number||J. HERBIN H132-34|
|Shipping Weight||4.30 oz|
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4 people found this helpful
I want to like this ink...
, August 11, 2012
I want to like this ink because the color is so beautiful. But the pearlescent
effect depends on some iridescent powder (or whatever) mixed in with the green
ink, and this pearly stuff just sinks to the bottom of the jar. the instructions
do say "shake well before using" but I shook verrrry well and the pearly stuff
remained in a sludgy layer at the bottom. I even stirred the ink from the bottom
up with a wooden coffee stirrer, but the pearly sludge only came up in a single
chunk that refused to disperse and did not mix with the green ink. I had a
little better luck getting the blue version of this ink to work, but Apple
Green and Coral both refused to cooperate.
I did try the improperly mixed inks with my dip nibs and it was very smooth & a
nice color...but without the pearlescent effect, its merely green ink :-/
3 people found this helpful
Totally agree! The pearly...
, August 17, 2012
Totally agree! The pearly stuff just sinks to the bottom of the jar.
2 people found this helpful
Like noted in the other...
, April 16, 2013
Like noted in the other two reviews the "pearlescent" was a goop at the bottom.
However even after I succesfully got it mixed with the ink I found it did not
want to write very well, by the time I had written three letters the ink stopped
flowing becasue the "pearlescent" part of the ink remained on the nib. Its very
pretty in the bottle and once it is on the paper. Far to time consuming to keep