Pen: Pilot Metropolitan, Matte Black with Dots, Medium Nib
Ink: Diamine Eau De Nil
Paper: Rhodia dotPad, No. 16 – Top Spiral Bound
Notes: I feel like I’ve been slacking with my reviews lately. I’ve been doing them, it’s just the whole photographing, formatting and posting thing I’ve been bad at. I just started my last semester of college, so things have been a bit hectic. Anyway, here’s my review of Diamine’s Eau de Nil. I know most of my reviews tend to be positive, but 90% of the reviews I’ve done, I’ve bought the items in them, so from the start I’m hoping that I will like them. I’ve been wanting to try out Eau de Nil (means “Water of the Nile”) for a long time now, and I was ecstatic when it showed up in last month’s Ink Drop. I this ink has moved it’s way up the ranks into my top ten favorites. It is a great shade of blue/green and has really nice shading. I’ve been taking a lot of notes with it, and the color is easy on the eyes, yet unique. Diamine is one of my favorite brands of ink, and for good reason. All the Diamine inks I’ve tried and reviewed perform wonderfully. I will surely be taking advantage of the Ink Drop discount and be picking up a bottle of this stuff. It’s great.