This week, I have a few more Goulet Pens’ November Ink Drop colors in my daily carry pens.
This is my first time trying out Diamine Ochre and Rohrer & Klingner Morinda. I’m typically not a fan of brown inks, but this one has some nice shading properties to it. The R&K Morinda is a nice orangey-red. I find this ink to be a little bit on the dry side, but it could also just be in this pen/nib combo. Also worth noting, I swapped the nib on the TWSBI from the TWSBI fine to a #5 medium that came with my Franklin Christoph Collegia. It’s much smoother than the TWSBI nib and fit onto the feed perfectly. I also ordered a bottle of Diamine Grey, this is the second week it’s been in rotation, and I like it enough to own a bottle.
Left to Right:
Pelikan Souveran M605, Black & Rhodium – Fine nib – Sheaffer Peacock Blue (Vintage)
Pilot Vanishing Point, Matte Black – Medium nib -Noodler’s Bad Blue Heron
TWSBI Diamond 540 – Medium nib – Rohrer & Klingner Morinda (Ink Drop Color)
Lamy Al-Star, Coffee Brown – Bold nib – Diamine Ochre (Ink Drop Color)
Lamy Accent, Matte Black & Palladium – Fine nib – Sailor Kiwa Guro Nano Black
Lamy Safari Limited Edition 2012, Green Apple – 1.1mm stub – Pelikan Edelstein Aventurine
Lamy Safari, Red – Fine nib – J. Herbin 1670 Rouge Hematite
Lamy Safari, Charcoal – Medium Nib – Diamine Grey
Note: The following loadout is on Rhodia paper, an A4 Elastibook to be exact.
Getting slanty with it.