Review: OMAS Green

OMAS Green is a rather dry ink. When I’ve inked it in a Graf von Faber-Castell pen, the nib squeaked slightly as I write and there is feedback in a pen that doesn’t usually have. OMAS Green is a bright green that shades even in a fine nib. It goes from a dark forest green to a light pastel green. OMAS Green definitely has some yellow undertones.

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Review: OMAS Purple

This is a bright purple ink when wet. Once it dries, it’s colour changes to a lavender hue. It’s very similar to Sailor Bungbox L’Amant when wet and when it’s dry it looks similar to Sailor Jentle Fuji Musmume. This is quite a deceptive ink. I feel a little cheated because of this. OMAS Purple is more blue than red. It shades slightly though this depends on the paper you use. There is almost no shading when I use it on my TWSBI note book.

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Review: OMAS Sepia

OMAS Sepia is my first experience with OMAS' inks. OMAS Sepia is a pleasant entry into OMAS ink offerings. It is a brown ink with red undertones. It is a perfectly servicable ink with really excellent dry time. It has shading that shows best with the 1.1mm stub nib.

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