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Posted by Dirck on 19 August, 2009

I spoke to soon, yesterday. An other twenty-four hours has left my Quink tests even more washed-out looking. I’m going to start experimenting with some amendments (I’ve got plenty of the stuff to play with) suggested by FPN ink manipulators.

I still praise the people who were made to deal with me. I’m sure that they’re put in an impossible position, given what are no doubt the corporate orders to them (“KEEP THOSE SIMPLETONS HAPPY AND BUYING!!”) and the orders given to the production end (“MAKE IT CHEAPER!!!”). One suspects that the order-givers view ink as a very low priority indeed.

On that note, I’m going to pick up yesterday’s pen to draft a letter long overdue.

Today’s pen: Wing Sung 612
Today’s ink: Herbin’s Lis de Thé


2 Responses to “Sadness.”

  1. […] its last fill– the end of the pleasing older version of Quink blue-black which I previously lamented and agitated about– and I don’t have a replacement in […]

  2. […] to confirm a suspicion of mine regarding the people in that particular department (to be found in this somewhat cranky old entry), and because the note came from that quarter, I’ll value it all the more.  I understand, […]

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