“Kill Winter With Orange is an winter tradition that’s been happening for many years!
I love it because I love ORANGE!
I penned the inks below with a dip pen:
Birmingham inks are not usually feathering inks but WOW Relative Cadmium feathered!
My favorites are Robert Oster Orange and Diamine Pumpkin!
What’s your favorite orange?
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It is good to see you back here, again!
Glad to be back!
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Enjoyed this post. Who knew there were so many colors of orange?
I know! Amazing!