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Syed Ali (pepsiplease69) said:
I love how you do your capital letter ‘D’ in copperplate. I want to learn that from you.
I agree with your description of Syo-Ro being a deep, bright forest green. The shade has really grown on me. I find it to be more forest green in nature, than Pilot’s other forest green: Shin-Ryoku.