Krishna inks were previously overly expensive to ship from India but are now much cheaper. If ordering from The Pen World in India then a large order is still recommended to get the most out of shipping but after having made a second order just recently the total price of the order has now dropped to what shipping was alone in the first order so there has been a huge improvement. In good news though Krishna inks are now available, in addition to iZods in the UK, at Pen Chalet and Vanness in the US so it should be a lot easier to try out a bottle without committing to several now. Krishna Sakthy is from the RC series of inks which is are all designed to be sheeny (or "sheentastic") and are made in limited batches.Read More
Organics Studio did what only few ink companies have done; made an ink that really creates a buzz. With Nitrogen Royal Blue, Organics Studio made an ink that everyone was (and still is) talking about. The same thing happened with J.Herbin's Stormy Grey and Emerald of Chivor, and also with Robert Oster Fire & Ice. Nitrogen Royal Blue was unique because of the extreme amount of sheen it produced. Organics Studio did the same extreme sheen with the more green Walden Pond Blue, and have now done it again with Ralph Waldo Emerson Twilight Blue. I bought Twilight Blue from Pen Classics in New Zealand (not a paid endorsement; Rene runs a good shop).
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