Do you have an ink dependence? I can help...

Toucan Black


 Toucan's Black is the most saturated of the inks in this line, and that's probably a good thing. These are, firstly, mixing inks and I imagine that a set like this needs a good solid black to add into the rest of the colors. This is a medium black, but I can't imagine that you're going to get any results from adding the other colors to this one. They're all a lot less saturated. You might get some interesting results from adding this to the other colors, though.

Black (not a great name, really) has excellent behavior, and it flows well. It's not the darkest black, but it's certainly a good one.

Written Review


Ink Comparisons

Compared to the Boston Brahmin, Toucan's Black is a light-black. That's a really dark black, though (at least as black as Aurora), and you're not going to notice (much) that Toucan's is lighter unless they're side-by-side.


Copy Paper Test

Water Test and Video Review

This ink is a good value, and it has really good features. It's a fine black ink, and it flows well. You can (only) find bags and samples over at Anderson Pens. A 60ml bag goes for $10.

If you like what you see here, then please head on over to Patreon to see how you can help support Inkdependence.

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