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Most of my favorite inks belong in the “useful” category, meaning that I can use them at work and people won’t say “Wow, why are you writing with mercurochrome?” (Thank you, Noodler’s Dragon’s Napalm) But, despite looking like you’re writing with a dilution of chlorophyll, Alt-Goldgrün is definitely one of my favorite inks.
On good paper it’s almost whimsical, like you’re writing with liquid forest.
roxtime (@roxtimes) said:
This is my favourite, too. Very nice colour, but instead of forest it reminds me Greece with many many olive trees 🙂 To me it is more olive green, it could be interesting to compare it with J. Herbin’s Vert Olive 🙂
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