Since it's fall now, I'm drawn to orange and yellows, and most yellow inks don't show up well enough for everyday use. Diamine Amber is a yellow-orange ink, it reminds me of Bungubox Sweet Potato Yellow. I purchased my bottle of Amber from Cult Pens.
Amber is a bright yellow-orange with shading.
This ink ranges from a light yellow to a light orange.
Dry time: 25 seconds
Water resistance: none
Feathering: Only on Baron Fig paper.
Show through: low to medium
De Atramentis Mahatma Gandhi, Diamine Sunshine Yellow, and Robert Oster Peach. To see the yellow inks together, click here.
I used a Pilot 912 FA nib on Tomoe River paper. I did notice some railroading.
Overall, it seems a bit too light for everyday use. Bungubox Sweet Potato Yellow is close in color, but a bit more vibrant. If I had to choose between the two, I would choose Sweet Potato Yellow.
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