Four Blues, Two Reds, One Orange and One Yellow

These are the inks that I currently use. One of the best findings the last year is that one can use a broad calligraphy nib with a sunshine yellow ink (or any other ink of a light and bright hue) as a highlighter pen. Much nicer – and more functional as well – than ugly fluorescent highlighter colours in ugly pens that always dries out fast – even if you cap them. My faves among these are the Sunshine Yellow, the Monaco Red, the Royal Blue and the Mediterranean Blue. Lovely colours for everyday use.
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2 Responses to Four Blues, Two Reds, One Orange and One Yellow

  1. Lee Munro says:

    Diamine Med Blue is one of my favourite blues, almost turquoise but still easy to read.

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