Ink Line Review: ColorVerse Project Series 2 Part 1

Ink Line Review: ColorVerse Project Series 2 Part 1

The ink world has given us a tremendous number of new inks recently, making it difficult to keep up with them all! Today I’m showing 4 of the 8 new inks in the ColorVerse Project – Constellation series.  Each ink in this series is named for the brightest star (alpha) in various constellations. ColorVerse Project…

Ink Review: IWI Colors of Nature Part 2

Ink Review: IWI Colors of Nature Part 2

The most recent ink line in my collection is the IWI Colors of Nature line. The line includes 24 colors so I will be presenting the collection in parts – today I’ll be covering the second set of 8 out of 24. I purchased my samples of IWI Colors of Nature inks at Vanness: each…

Ink Series Review: Visconti Van Gogh Series

Ink Series Review: Visconti Van Gogh Series

Visconti has released a line of pens over the last few years in the Van Gogh line where each pen is styled after a Van Gogh painting and uses the same palette.  To accompany these pens, Visconti came up with six inks: Café Terrace at Night, Orchard in Blossom, Old Vineyard with Peasant Woman, Wheatfield…

Ink Review: PenBBS Season 29 Part 1

Ink Review: PenBBS Season 29 Part 1

Today I will let the pictures speak for themselves. PenBBS Season 29 is out with 2 shimmer inks included in the lineup – 12 inks in all but I’ll be showing the first 6 in the series today. Each ink comes in the standard 60mL hexagonal bottle.   #406 Moon and Stars Shimmer I didn’t…

Ink Review: ColorVerse Season 7 Full Line

Ink Review: ColorVerse Season 7 Full Line

Many people have probably heard about the newest Season 7 inks from ColorVerse; six sets of inks that have been expected for the last month or so. Eye On The Universe was released last week and quickly sold out at many retailers; I was able to purchase three sets from Vanness and the other three…

Ink Review: Kyo-no-oto Sakuranezumi

Ink Review: Kyo-no-oto Sakuranezumi

By Jessica Coles Kyo-no-oto is an ink line from the TAG stationery store in Japan with colors designed to represent traditional Japanese dyes. The latest release from Kyo-no-oto is Sakuranezumi or Cherry Blossom Mouse (maybe the cutest name ever). From the box, the color seems to be a dusty pinkish purple that shades well. The…