I have a couple sets of these ink journals. I have one book for blue, brown/black, magenta, purple, red/orange, and green.

An Inkophile's Blog

Do you keep track of your inks in a journal? If not, it’s a great way to chart your ink journey. When my collection blossomed from fewer than ten to dozens and later more than a hundred, a simple notebook was the best I could find. Now there is a better option, the InkJournal from Tom Oddo of Goldspot Pens and Oddo Ink.

Full specs are available at the blogs below but suffice to say the paper is friendly to fountain pen nibs and inks. The format is useful and the dimensions similar to a pocket-sized Moleskine cahier. The journals are environmental friendly, too.

The prompts are logical and include enough space for your unique observations.

The back of each page is assigned to notes and comments. I used it to write a few words with the same ink but from different pens as new ones went into my…

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