If I'm trying to describe this color in terms of the other similar inks I've talked about (or will be talking about in the near future), I would say it is:
- Lighter than Diamine Ochre, though this might be the closest match.
- More orange than R&K Morinda.
- More orange and possessed of better flow and lubrication than Noodler's Tiananmen.
- It's more red than Noodler's Habanero and (much) more red than Sailor's Jentle Apricot.
- It's lighter than Diamine Ancient Copper, but it's kinda close.
This was an ink that I used for a long time. It's an odd color, so I wasn't using it every day, but it did stay in my TWSBI 540 for a really long time. I'm a fan. The flow is excellent, the color is interesting, and it refused to feather or spread or feather even on cheap filler paper. This one is worth checking out.
It's a reddish/orange ink so it doesn't have any degree of water-resistance, right? Well, you might be surprised.
I say at the end that I thought it would dry lighter than it appears in the video, but I'm looking at the dry page right now, and it's not all that light. I wouldn't call it "water resistant," but I was surprised to see that any of it was legible.