Diamine Purples and Jet Black

Diamine Jet Black – A thick black ink that bleeds okay when added to water and becomes a percentage grey at the breakdown. Turns a dull white gold colour when subjected to bleach. A rich no nonsense black ink when used for writing.

Diamine Onyx Black – Bleeds easily when added to water with greys and deep purple traces in the bleed area. Turns a white gold when subjected to bleach. A lovely rich black ink with a hint of purple when used for writing.

Diamine Damson – Bleeds well when added to water and becomes a percentage damson at the breakdown. Turns a neon white/gold colour when subjected to bleach. A lovely dark purple ink when used for writing. Fairly one dimensional, no surprises.

Diamine Grape – Bleeds easily when added to water and transforms from a blue purple to a red purple at the breakdown. Turns a stunning pink gold when subjected to bleach. A lovely very deep purple colour when used for writing. I like this.

Diamine Imperial Purple – Bleeds easily when added to water and blends from a blue purple to a deep purple to a percentage purple at the breakdown. Turns a stunning pink white gold when subjected to bleach. A lovely rich purple colour when used for writing.

Diamine Lavender – Bleeds well when added to water and turns into pinks at the breakdown. Turns a neon white/gold colour when subjected to bleach. A lightish purple ink when used for writing.

Ink samples kindly supplied by Ross at www.purepens.co.uk

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