Roundup: Colorverse Limited Edition Voyager I Set

I’ve finished reviewing the four bottles of ink that come in Colorverse’s Voyager I limited edition collection. That was truly an enjoyable set of reviews to write. As an ink set, I like that there’s two greens and two browns, all very different from each other but can be used as partners to complement one another.

There are two inks that dry up with a matte-like texture and more muted, subdued colors (Interstellar Space and Jupiter Flyby) and two that had a more vibrant hue (Pale Blue Dot and Golden Record). The names may be related to Voyager I and space travel, but for the most part, I really don’t think they fit the colors too much.

These are very beautiful colors. Some may be a little bit similar to inks I already have, but for the most part, I think they’re quite distinctive and eye-catching. They’re also well-behaved and have no flow-problems. I’ve included the RGB and Pantone information in the writing sample below. The literature that came in the box provided this information along with ph levels and other things I don’t find particularly useful but others might appreciate. I think that’s a very nice touch, and it certainly appeals to people who like to know even the littlest details about colors. The packaging is very well put together, well thought out. I like that the box uses an attractive combination of all the colors of the inks.

It’s hard to pick a favorite because I like all the colors a lot. Whether I use one ink on a page or a combination of one of the browns and one of the greens, they really stand out and pop on the page. If I really have to pick one favorite, I think I like Golden Record best and Pale Blue Dot a close second. I like that Golden Record is nicely saturated but the shading is very expressive so that the lighter parts of the lines look like they’re glowing orange and the thicker parts are sometimes red and sometimes brown.

This set is a bit on the expensive side, probably because it’s a limited edition and only 1977 sets were made. The 15ml bottles are small and it could really make it difficult to fill pens straight from the bottle, of course there are ways to make it work. The bottles are super cute. The downside is that you need to purchase this as a set, and none of the colors are available individually or in bigger bottles. Is it worth the price tag, I think that depends on whether you like the colors. Personally, I like all of them and there’s not one color that I wish isn’t included in the set, so I guess it’s worth it for me.

Here are the links to the individual reviews:
Pale Blue Dot
Jupiter Flyby
Interstellar Space
Golden Record

As I mentioned in previous posts, I got these inks through Everything Calligraphy. I am not sure if they will offer these inks as part of their regular stocks or if it’s solely on a pre-order basis, though. I hope I can try out other colors from this brand, Schrodinger and Cat looks interesting.

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