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Platinum Classic Khaki Black


These iron gall inks in the Platinum Classic line sure are interesting. This one reminds me of oak, and it doesn't really change color as it cures. It has the other characteristics of the iron galls, though. It's a little dry on the nib, it's water resistant, and it behaves perfectly on cheap papers. If you can get over the draggy nib-fell, it's a really cool ink.

Check it out below (don't skip the chromatography on this one), and let me know what you think.

Written Review

 Yep. I forgot the do the swatch before I took the pictures.

Close Ups!

There's that swatch! I found it!

This is a really cool one, right? I don't think I've seen anything like this.

Color Comparisons

Copy Paper Test

Currently Inked (Now Inky Fingers)

InkJournal (Tomoe River)

Water Test and Video Review

 That's some pretty serious water resistance.

Bonus Picture!

**This ink sample was provided free of charge for the purpose of this review. It doesn't affect my reviews or the images you just saw.**
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Kerry Schultz said...

That was indeed a good and strong shade of the ink. I really liked this ink a lot but I might face some trouble getting it as it might not be readily available here.