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    Default Re: 200% Pilot Blue-Black ink review (instead of the dull 100%)

    Quote Originally Posted by TSherbs View Post
    You must love cats (or at least yours).
    I do, indeed. Some days they are the only good thing at all.

    I do not (not about yours, specifically...all of them).
    Perfectly fine! I'm no feline evangelist or something and many of my friends are 'dog people'. Plenty have no pets at all. Some adore their offspring!
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    Default Re: 200% Pilot Blue-Black ink review (instead of the dull 100%)

    I like cats but love dogs

    Anyway, when evaporating ink I would leave it in the desk or in a cupboard cause having no cat I would most probably spill it myself.

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    Default Re: 200% Pilot Blue-Black ink review (instead of the dull 100%)

    Glad to know that Dewey had not tried to do an ink review, by leaving pawmarks on the white carpet, pillows, sheet and then rolling in the ink to do abstract paintings on the upholstery

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    Default Re: 200% Pilot Blue-Black ink review (instead of the dull 100%)

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    "Hey, Look At This Thing!!"

    Artist: Dewey
    Mixed Media: Ink on wood flooring, glass shards - July, 2020

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    Default Re: 200% Pilot Blue-Black ink review (instead of the dull 100%)

    Not bad... It goods well with the wood.... I have some Baystate blue on the wood....Not as spectacular as yours though, or should I say Maestro Dewey

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    Not only a piece of art was created but also a gallery has been established

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    Default Re: 200% Pilot Blue-Black ink review (instead of the dull 100%)

    Thanks for the Post. I am trying this same experiment using Pelican 4001 Royal Blue. Not as cheap as your option but still fun to experiment.
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