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Review: Pilot Iroshizuku Ajisai

My thanks to Sunny of Straits Pen for the ink sample. Pilot Iroshizuku Ajisai is a purple - blue ink. Like other Pilot Iroshizuku inks, it is well behaved. It shades well. In terms of colour, there are quite a few inks that matches it. Personally, this isn’t my favourite blend of purple and blue.

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Review: Pilot Iroshizuku Tsuyu Kusa

My personal complain of Pilot Iroshizuku ink series is there are too many blues in the series. Tsuyu Kusa is one of these blues. Personally, I’m not a fan of blue inks in general. Tsuyu Kusa as a blue ink isn’t very outstanding. It’s not a light blue ink like Ama Iro or vibrant like Kon Peki. It’s not a royal blue like Asa Gao or dark like Shin Kai. I found Tsuyu Kusa rather boring but that’s just me. It shades slightly from a matte blue-grey colour to a darker royal blue. My thanks to Sunny of Straits Pen for giving me the sample.

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Review: Pilot Iroshizuku Kosumosu

Pilot Iroshizuku Kosumosu is the pink ink of the series. This is very much a pink ink. It doesn’t have too much red in it to push it into salmon or coral’s territory. It shades from a pastel pink to a hot bright pink. The shading is very nice and the ink stands out from the page. It’s dark enough to be readable on the paper. If you are looking for a pink ink, Pilot Iroshizuku Kosumosu should be on your list.

When compared to Momoji, Kosumosu is the softer pink. Momiji is stronger and has more red to it. However when compared to Tsutsuji which is also similar to Kosumosu, Tsutsuji has more purple to the colour.

My thanks to Sunny of Straits Pen for the sample of this ink.

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