|This picture is from Papier Plume. Neat, right?|
Sazerac is a really cool orange that isn't heavily saturated, so you're going to see plenty of shading from this ink. It reminds me most of orange creamsicles, but if you're familiar with New Orleans then you might recognize the name from the drink or the company whose brandy was originally used to make it. It's the official cocktail of New Orleans (and it used to contain absinthe), so things are bound to get a little weird (awesome?) at that party.
Check out this interesting orange shader below and let me know if you've had a Sazerac in the comments!
This is the part of my desk where I was filming the slow-mo video of the ink swatch drying. This one was taking forever, so I snapped a couple of pictures that came out looking nice.
I happen to have three pens with orange inks in them. That's totally normal. Totally.
A heavier-weight paper test:
This is pretty heavy paper, but if you lay down enough of this ink it'll bleed through. Notice that the written bit didn't bleed at all. Just the part where I dripped it on the paper and spread it out.
Tomoe River Tests:
A shading ink looks really rad on
Copy Paper Test:
Video Review and Water Test:
This link won't work until the ink is live on the Papier Plume site, but if you're in love with this creamsicle-y ink then you might want to have it preloaded in a browser.
Here are some images with info on the ink and the collection that Papier Plume sent me.
****I received this sample as a review sample, free of charge. Press samples don't change my reviews in any way that I'm aware of, what you see is what you get and YMMV and stuff.****