Friday, July 24, 2020

Oddly Satisfying Inky Drippings with Fountain Pens

The feeling of a fountain pen nib on paper is soothing and although it seems funny, watching ink flow and dry is strangely meditative. It's a great mindful practice for those who are fountain pen and ink enthusiasts! And for those who like weird puddles of ink sitting on paper.
Clip 1
Pen + nib: Sheaffer Triumph + stub nib (vintage)
Ink: PW Akkerman Hofkwartier Groen

Clip 2
Pen + nib: Waterman 94 + EF flexible nib (vintage)
Ink: PW Akkerman Hofkwartier Groen

Clip 3 - 6
Pen + nib: Guider Super Jumbo + 1.5 mm stub nib
Ink: J. Herbin Emerald of Chivor

Clip 7
Pen + nib: Waterman 94 + EF flexible nib (vintage)
Ink: D. Herbin Diabolo Menthe

Clip 8 + 9
Pen + nib: Waterman 94 + music nib (vintage)
Ink: Montblanc Oyster Grey

Clip 10
Pen + nib: Webster's Flat top + Warranted music nib (vintage)
Ink: Waterman South Sea Blue

Clip 11
Ink: Rohrer & Klingner Verdigris

Music: BenSound https://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music/cinematic


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