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Caran d'Ache Delicate Green


This Caran d'Ache ink isn't going to make it into my rotation. It's a bright, springy green that would really pop off of the page if it were a bit more saturated. It is a bit darker on regular copy papers than it is on the Rhodia paper, but it still looks kinda thin. It's just not doing anything for me.


Ink Chromatography

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Copy Paper Testing

 This behaves pretty well on copy papers, As I mentioned above, this looks a bit better on regular paper than it does on FP friendly paper.

Ink Comparisons

This picture is a little blurry at the bottom, but Delicate Green looks a lot like Vert Pre.

This ink isn't going to suit my writing, but if it strikes your fancy, then you can find bottles and samples over at Anderson Pens. A 50ml bottle goes for $36.

Video Review and Water Drop Test

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The ink for this review was provided free of charge by Anderson Pens. The review was all mine, however
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penemuel said...

I actually like this colour (and am amazed to see it actually showing a tiny bit of shading even on the copier paper!), but of all the words to describe it, "Delicate" is about the last one on the list!

Mike Matteson said...

I dunno, it looks kinda delicate to me. Like a new leaf on a plant or something. I knew it would have fans out there, just like Vert Pre does, and I'm glad I sometimes review inks that I don't care for.