Ink Review: J. Herbin Bleu Pervenche (Periwinkle Blue)

I have a change of mind on J. Herbin, a good one as well.  Thanks to JetPens‘ generous sponsorship, I have the chance to rectify the injustice that I have been done to the ink.  Though it might not be as saturated compared to other inks, Bleu Pervenche has a sense of translucence that shows both the delicacy of the ink and the paper.  

Minute bleedthrough and feathering.  Not bad compare to other ink.
Totally not a regular paper type of ink
Comparison between all different shades of turquoise.
Bleu Pervenche, in comparison, appears as sky blue.
Caribbean Sea resembles more of seafoam blue, and De Atramentis is a lighter shade of teal.

Other stellar reviews on the same ink:

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9 thoughts on “Ink Review: J. Herbin Bleu Pervenche (Periwinkle Blue)

  1. actually, the De Atramentis looks pretty too… oh no i need to make a choice again! :(or actually, maybe it's your handwriting that makes just about everything look nice… -turns green-

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  2. De Atramentis' ink is interesting in their variety and spins they put on ink; however, it can be finicky on types of paper you use. Thank you for the compliment! I am a mere novice and it can be messy when I am not as attentive!

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