This sample was provided for review by Anderson Pens.
Let's see some more Faber-Castell goodness. This time, we've got Moss Green, and it's a dark moss. This rich green is worth trying out if you're looking for a really dark green. In fact, this ink is probably dark enough that you could use it in a fairly formal setting. The green will peek through, but not all that much.
See what I mean about the green peaking through? I really like the effect.
Copy Paper Test:
This is another of the inks that is called "partially document proofed." It certainly behaves well on copy paper. No bleed, feather, or spread. These are solid inks.
The chromatography on this ink is oddly short. The color just didn't travel all that much, though I did it the same as I always do. It's a nice variety of blues with a top note of bright green.
This is a totally usable green. I like that it's dark and that it works really well on cheaper paper.
Check this ink out at Anderson Pens where it sells for $30 per 75ml bottle. (3ml samples are also available.)
Video Review and Water Drop Test
Partially document proofed? Yeah, this one might be more partially than some of the others. More of this ink came off of the page than with their Carbon Black or the Stone Grey. I've heard that it's difficult to make a water proof green, though, so I'm not surprised. Still, most of it sticks to the page.
The ink for this review was provided free of charge by Anderson Pens. The review was all mine, however.