Saturday, January 24, 2015

Serious Nibbage Part 21: Pilot Parallel @PilotPenUSA @sbrebrown


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4 comments:

Linda Lamprecht said...

On the topic of gradiant in inks; you can get that with every fountain pen by dipping your inked fountain pen in another color ink botlle and write. Such fun! A wet writer will change color very quick (two words) and a dry writer may go on for a page with the dipped color, specially if it has no breather hole in the nib, so it all depends. I like to use it for quotes.

Ted said...

cool idea! I am going to have to try this. I hope that the internal ink does not run into the secondary bottle when you dip it! :(

Linda Lamprecht said...

It won't, but if you want to play it safe, just put some of the secondary ink in a separate container en you're good to go. Have fun.

Dale said...

Thanks for explaining that you don't have to be a master calligrapher to get a lot out of using these. They're on my list.

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