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    Default Lunchtime ink review: Robert Oster Lake of Fire

    Lunchtime ink reviews! I'm taking inks to work and doing one of these during my lunch.

    Robert Oster Lake of Fire, dip test with TWSBI Eco 1.1mm stub, on Rhodia dotpad.

    (Apparently I have several I didn't post from August).

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    Quite a dark just slightly teal-leaning blue. Lubricated, nice to use. It did not sheen at all here, but I would expect some on Tomoe River and Oxford Optik based on the other Robert Oster xyz fire inks.

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    Default Re: Lunchtime ink review: Robert Oster Lake of Fire

    The ink looks a bit green to me. I have a red green colour sight issue so I like rather pure saturated colours. As such I like your ink test with the double pass of the ink.
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    Default Re: Lunchtime ink review: Robert Oster Lake of Fire

    The top and right of these do tend to come out greener than they really are, especially in the thinner lines (lighting, hooray).

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    Default Re: Lunchtime ink review: Robert Oster Lake of Fire

    Robert Oster inks are new to me. Nice colour
    Thanks for your post.
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