Category: Planting Tree

  • Van Dieman’s Deciduous Beech on Muji Planting Tree

    Van Dieman’s Deciduous Beech on Muji Planting Tree

    Ink Deciduous Beech is part of the Tassie Seasons collection and this is one of the autumn colours. The ink is a bright orange with an average to wet flow. On Muji paper, Writing Sample This was written with a TWSBI ECO-T medium nib. Below is how it looks when it was written on both […]

  • Van Dieman’s Pink Fairy Orchid on Muji Planting Tree

    Van Dieman’s Pink Fairy Orchid on Muji Planting Tree

    Ink Pink Fairy Orchid is part of the Tassie Seasons collection. It represents spring. Pink Fairy Orchid is a flower that can be found in the southern part of Australia as well as Tasmania. Like the flower that inspired the name, the ink is a pink which ranges from light to bright due to shading. […]

  • Cult Pens Michael on Muji Planting Tree

    Cult Pens Michael on Muji Planting Tree

    Ink Michael is a dark blue ink from the Deep Dark Inks series exclusive to Cult Pens. In smaller 30ml and 12ml bottles, it is called Little Micky. It was one of the three inks launched in May 2021 that were named after Cult Pens’ three longest-serving staff. You can read more about Michael (the […]

  • Diamine Bilberry on Muji Planting Tree

    Diamine Bilberry on Muji Planting Tree

    Ink Bilberry is also known as the European blueberry. To my untrained eye, it looks no different from a blueberry. The ink is a deep purple with a wet flow. I find it easier to clean out of the pen compared to the other deep purple sheening ink. On Muji Planting Tree paper, Writing Sample […]

  • Van Dieman’s Tassie Salmon on Muji Planting Tree

    Van Dieman’s Tassie Salmon on Muji Planting Tree

    Ink Tassie Salmon is part of the Tassie Seasons collection. It represents summer. Tassie Salmon is a pale pink with a tinge of orange. I find the colour too light for my liking. It has an average flow. On Muji Planting Tree paper, Writing Sample This was written with a TWSBI ECO-T medium nib. Below […]

  • Van Dieman’s Wineglass Bay on Muji Planting Tree

    Van Dieman’s Wineglass Bay on Muji Planting Tree

    Ink Wineglass is part of the Tassie Seasons collection. It represents summer. Wineglass Bay is the name of a beach located in Freycinet National Park, Tasmania. The ink is a turquoise colour with an average flow. On Midori MD paper, Writing Sample This was written with a TWSBI ECO-T medium nib. Below are a couple […]

  • Dominant Industry Citrus Yellow on Muji Planting Tree

    Dominant Industry Citrus Yellow on Muji Planting Tree

    Ink Citrus Yellow is a yellow ink with orange undertones. It’s that shade of yellow that makes me think of egg yolks. The ink has an average flow. The ink is yellow when wet and the orange starts to appear as it dries, which makes it hard at times to see what I am writing. […]

  • Pilot Iroshizuku Kon-Peki on Muji Planting Tree

    Pilot Iroshizuku Kon-Peki on Muji Planting Tree

    Ink Pilot Iroshizuku is Pilot’s luxury line of fountain pen inks. The inks are consistent and well-behaved, garnering many fans. For a while, I hold off buying a bottle because they are more expensive compared to other ink brands. But of course, “expensive” is a relative term, and there are also ink brands that are […]

  • TWSBI Midnight Blue on Muji Planting Tree

    TWSBI Midnight Blue on Muji Planting Tree

    Ink The ink is a dark blue with an undertone of purple. It has a very wet flow. My medium nib writes like a broad so I will probably restrict this ink to finer nibs. On Muji paper, Shading: Little Sheen: Nil Feathering: A lot Bleedthrough: Little Writing Sample This was written with a TWSBI […]

  • Van Dieman’s Apple Cider on Muji Planting Tree

    Van Dieman’s Apple Cider on Muji Planting Tree

    Ink Apple Cider is part of the Harvest line which takes inspiration from the produce of Tasmania. It has an average flow. The ink colour ranges from a light yellow to a honey yellow. The lighter parts reminds me of apple cider and the darker parts reminds me of apple cider vinegar. Sometimes it is […]