Omas Turquoise Ink Swab
I have a thing for gray inks. Omas New Grey is a nice light grey ink – maybe a little too light?
It writes great. No smearing. Maybe a little dry, but not bad. Some nice shading.
You’ll have to believe me when I say that it handles highlighting very well. (What is up with me and all of the failed highlighting tests?)
The water test is pretty amazing. Even on the original, I have to squint to see where I dragged the web cotton swab across my writing.
Overall, this is a gray I dig and I could see using it on a regular basis. That is, if I hadn’t already fallen in love with another gray. Stay tuned . . .
Delta Brown, what’s that flower you have on?
I couldn’t stop singing while preparing the handwritten review. Poor Mr. Pentulant – the things he puts up with!
That pretty much sums up my review. And coincidentally, the final score is 50 – right in the middle of the pack.
It’s nice looking, well-behaved in the pen. Not water-resistant (not a surprise).
The remarkable thing about the browns in the Compare Squares? Delta Brown, Stipula Sepia, and Omas Sepia are all kinda the same.
If you’re looking for a good solid brown, this could be your ink. I can see using it in a professional setting as easily as some blues or grays. I could really see drawing with it. If you’re into matching your inks to your pens, you might love brown. But I won’t be buying a full-sized bottle.
I’m just not that into you.
P.S. You do know the song Delta Dawn, yes? Here’s a link to it on iTunes if you’re in the mood to get your 1970s on.