Robert Oster has fast become one of my favorite ink creators. His inks are basically always well behaved and the colors are just gorgeous. So when I saw that there were new colors available, I just had to try them. The next one that I ordered is called Berry D’Arche.
For this review I decided to ink up my trusty Pelikan M205 White with M Nib. So hard to keep white pens clean…
Make-shift InkJournal Entry:
Line going down on Rhodia paper (trying new things!):
This ink has an awesome color range, from a plum/wine color to a very dark brown. There was only a tiny bit of sheen on the blob in the wettest places, but I did not see any during regular writing, which is fine because the shading on this ink is gorgeous. This ink was also quick drying, which is a plus! Another great ink from Robert Oster, can’t wait to try the rest! ^_^
I leave you now with a photo of some awesome dumplings!
March 20, 2017 at 2:05 am
It looks good! I agree with you, even though I only have one Robert Oster ink so far. I love my Lime Green! Within short, I’ll order Bondi Blue, which looks very promising to me. I enjoy your reviews immensely.
March 20, 2017 at 3:46 am
You are such an enabler. I love reds but dark reds are so nice for daily use. This looks wonderful.
March 20, 2017 at 7:44 am
That ink looks scrumptious! I keep looking at the Robert Oster inks online and adding more and more of them to my wish list. I just need to find a source of treat money and then they are all heading into my basket.
March 20, 2017 at 1:53 pm
Oh, those wonderful dumplings!
The ink is nice, too.