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J. Herbin Fountain Pen Ink 30Ml Bleu Nuit
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- Non toxic and pH neutral
- Lightfast - Water based
- Flows smoothly and is fast drying
- All natural dyes
- Bleu Nuit
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J. Herbin Fountain Pen Ink comes in a 30ml glass bottle and features a rich blue color - Bleu Nuit that is lightfast and water based made . Use this quick drying, smoothly flowing ink in your favorite fountain, rollerball or glass pen. Handcrafted in France each ink is colored using all natural dyes and is both non toxic and pH neutral.
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I'm using it in an Aurora Ipsilon Satin Orange with Fine Nib. The ink dries quickly and legibly, but note: It is a light color and may be difficult for some to read depending on lighting and paper color. It also disperses a tiny bit, (again, depending on paper) so that my fine nib ends up producing a fine/medium line.
It is definitely an eccentric color.
I hope this helps!
If you have been thinking about trying another ink color in your fountain pen, but have some trepidation, try this ink. You don't have to get an entire 30ml bottle either. This ink can be had in cartridge form at: http://www.amazon.com/J-Herbin-Refills-Fountain-Cartridge/dp/B00A6VZNR8/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1422027102&sr=8-2&keywords=lie+de+the+cartridge
On this paper there is no bleed with regular writing. At maximum soakage/pressure (remember this is a $20 pen so it takes extra pressure to spread the tines) there are traces of bleed through but you could probably still write on both sides of the page.
Shades beautifully making it a good choice for monochromatice sketches and drawing.
This is the only green so I have nothing to compare it to.
Cons: This not a dark green...in fact it comes out very light when writing quickly with "normal" pressure. However, I just remembered the pen I am testing with. It comes with very conservative flow and you need to hack the nib if you want a gusher.
Pros: This ink is great for lettering and drawing where you are looking at, and controlling the amount of ink being laid down on the paper.
Update: never fails to flow, that might be in part the fountain pen it's on, a Pelikan m400; interestingly when seen next to a Namiki Iroshizuku Yama Guri it looks a little reddish to my eyes, not that it has changed. I've also noticed it keeps the same color when it dries, unlike other inks.