Anderillium Inks – Avian Series

I have fallen behind in my inky reviews. I need to play catch up and I will be writing future posts that will include several ink colors from the same ink manufacturer. So, let me continue with the Anderillium Inks samples I received a few months ago.

At the start of my Anderillium ink reviews, I talked about the following four inky colors from their Avian series.

Here’s a close up of my swatch cards.

I’ve included a link for each of the color I’ve already posted on my blog: Indigo Blue Bunting, Kingfisher Green, Roseate Spoonbill Pink, and Pompadour Cotinga Burgundy.

The next four colors in their Avian series includes a purple, grey, yellow, and a black ink color.

The purple, grey, and black colors appear to be somewhat dry inks.

I pulled out my swatch cards to see what other ink colors came close to the Anderillium colors. For Purple Gallinule, Night Shade and Dragon’s Night were the closest colors I had.

Shoebill Stork Grey is a basic flat gray ink color especially when compared to Australian Opal Gray and Earl Grey.

Gold Finch Yellow is a beautiful and bright yellow color with a bit of orange sheen. It’s a brighter than Yellow Sunrise or Aussie Gold.

Common Loon Black is more of a dark gray ink color when compared to a black ink like Shogun.

The Shoebill Stork Grey and the Common Loon Black appear to be drier inks compared to the other colors in this series.

I like their Indigo Bunting Blue, Kingfisher Green, Roseate Spoonbill Pink, Pompadour Cotinga Burgundy, and Goldfinch Yellow. I like the brighter colors and I could see using them in my pen & ink artwork. The other three colors are bit a flat and less interesting to use in my artwork.

For journaling and writing, I think all the inks write well and are readable.

I’ll be back with the remaining inky colors from Anderillium’s Cephalopod series. Stay tuned.

Inks: Anderillium Inks Avian Series

Ink Journal: GLP Creations The Author Tomoe River Paper 68gsm

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