Ink Review: Sailor Manyo, Anniversary Set

Ink Review: Sailor Manyo, Anniversary Set

There’s a new release from Sailor Manyo inks – a 5th Anniversary limited edition! I find it hard to believe that nearly five years has passed since I reviewed the first round of Sailor Manyo inks. Since that time, Sailor has added to the Manyo lineup with a second full round and four dual shading…

Ink Review: Monteverde Color Changing Ink Set

Ink Review: Monteverde Color Changing Ink Set

Were you one of the cool kids in elementary school or middle school or even high school who had access to markers that could change color? These markers came with several saturated colors and a marker with no color. But if you wrote with the colorful markers and then used the marker with no color…

Ink Review: Octopus Write & Draw Inks Part 1

Ink Review: Octopus Write & Draw Inks Part 1

Today’s review is a bit different – I am showing the first half of the inks in this line rather than a more in-depth look. Vanness Pen Shop recently added a new ink manufacturer by the name of Octopus. Octopus has various lines of ink, one being the Write & Draw line which consists of 25 pigment…

Ink Review: Ferris Wheel Press New York Set

Ink Review: Ferris Wheel Press New York Set

Ferris Wheel Press is a company that releases a large number of new inks throughout the year. Usually their inks are released in 38mL bottles, however, this is a bit too much for individuals who only need sample sizes of the ink to test. I appreciate that Ferris Wheel Press offers smaller doses of their…

Ink Review: Troublemaker Nenita and Moon River

Ink Review: Troublemaker Nenita and Moon River

A couple weeks ago I wrote about two new Troublemaker inks – Butterfly Dream and Polar Lights. Today’s post is about two more inks within that same new release – Nenita and Moon River. These can both be found at Vanness where the 60 mL bottles can be purchased for $16.50. I appreciate the minimal packaging…

Ink Review: New Kyo-no-oto Inks

Ink Review: New Kyo-no-oto Inks

Kyoto TAG has released two new inks in their Kyo-no-oto line: Seiheki and Yurushiiro. As with all inks in this line, the ink comes packaged in heavy card stock with the ink line in letterpress print. A big thank you to Dromgoole’s for sending these bottles for review! Both Seiheki and Yurushiiro come in 40mL…