Alright, so I tested this with two different types of pens, the first one (which is the top half of the paper) was a cheap fountain pen that uses a twist converter and has a EF nib (fine). The ink flow was beautiful and controlled with this pen.
1. No feathering on copy paper
2. Excellent ink control- hardly any indication of ink skipping
3. No bleeding through
1. Color is much lighter, more of a light blue than turquoise
The bottom half of the page I used a more traditional dip pen. The nib is a Zebra Comic G. I used light pressure.
1. The ink color is quite darker and more true to color
2. Ink flow is still smooth
1. There is quite a bit of feathering on copy paper
2. Uncontrolled in flow, the down stroke were flooded with ink thus causing bleeding.
Overall, if you were to use this with a fountain pen and not a dip pen, it would make a great ink for everyday use, however; you will not get the true color of this ink. Although I wish that this was darker for fountain pens, I'm more prone to use blue-ish inks for daily writing, and this one is an excellent blue for those who like to use blue in the office but don't want anything too eye popping.
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