Using Tachikawa G nib...
, November 8, 2012
Using Tachikawa G nib or Zebra G nib - this ink works great on plain cheap copy
paper! Keeps a tight and tidy line without and very low needing fancy paper,
even when making fat lines. Just what i was looking for. A little messy to clean
off the nib, but the results are worth the cleanup.
G nib on copy paper, this ink is better than deleter 4, speedball super black,
winsor & newton wp black indian ink
Ink is very waterproof, even with constant rubbing with a wet brush i do not see
any release of the black.
Ink worked poorly in a Tachikawa Spoon Nib - didnt flow fast enough and left
broken lines. (nib was heavily cleaned)
bottle has a wide funneled mouth,
main negative is that the ink level seems really low to start with. it feels
like its only half full and your nib will hit the bottom trying to fill it. its
going to be a pain as it gets lower. might have to transfer to another bottle