Top 10 Fountain Pen Inks | Writer's Bloc Blog There is a fountain pen ink for every color of the rainbow and each of them has its own special characteristics. Fountain pen ink comes in cartridges or bottles that encompass designs from utilitarian to a piece of art that begs to be displayed. A writer could spend a lifetime experimenting and writing with the plethora of inks currently available. So how did these fountain pen inks make our top ten list? Some of them are best sellers, some are staff favorites and others have their own qualities that make them special. Pilot Iroshizuku Bottled Fountain Pen Inks 1. Pilot Iroshizuku ink comes in a glamorous modern and sophisticated oval-shaped bottle. Platinum Carbon Black Fountain Pen Ink 2. Platinum Carbon Black ink is a favorite of artists that create art with a fountain pen. Pelikan M205 Duo Yellow Highlighter Ink 3. If you’re tired of tossing away dried-up plastic highlighter pen carcasses you can refill them instead using Pelikan M205 Duo fluorescent yellow highlighter ink. 4. 5. 6.
Suppliers - The Society of Scribes & Illuminators This list is intended solely for your convenience and is not to be taken as an endorsement of any suppliers by the SSI. Top: Angela Dalleywater FSSI Below: Sally Mae Joseph FSSI Our Favorite Notebooks For Fountain Pen Use The Rhodia Webnotebook is a favorite among fountain pen users. It features smooth, cream-colored paper and a variety of sheet styles to choose from, including the innovative dot grid style, which provides the benefits of grid paper without the distraction of solid lines. While the "Webbie" is great for the majority of fountain pen users, we did spot a few hints of bleed-through when using a wet ink in a broad pen. It is available in both pocket and A5 sizes. The 4" x 6", the Quo Vadis ME ("Multimedia Enhanced") journal is slightly larger than the pocket-sized Rhodia Webnotebook, providing a bit more writing space while still retaining a compact size.
Paper For Fountain Pens Arabic and Persian Calligraphy | Brief Festival The workshop will be taught by Nuria García Masip, calligraphist in the Thuluth and naskh styles, and Bahman Panahi, calligraphist and musician from Iran, and it’s part of the activities organized together by Brief Festival and Casa Áraba (www.casaarabe.es). Click HERE for more information about the instructors. The art of calligraphy in the Arab and Persian world is considered to be one of the highest artistic expressions. In this workshop we will work with two of the most important styles in Arab and Persian calligraphy, the thuluth and nastaliq scripts, as a way to deepen the understanding of this art and its guiding principles. The workshop will cover: – Brief history of Islamic calligraphy, different styles, tools and materials. – Introduction to the letters in the different styles and their calligraphic forms. – Exercises on writing techniques with traditional methods. – Creations and compositions with calligraphy elements. Write us at email@example.com to join this workshop.
Metallic Gold Dip Pen Ink - Inky Thoughts 'indigirl', on 27 May 2010 - 22:15, said: 'jbb', on 27 May 2010 - 15:07, said: I'm glad you're enjoying the ink indigirl. Thank you! You might prefer transfering the gold ink from the copper pot to something slightly bigger. Note for anyone new to this post: This information is for dip pen only.
Paper For Fountain Pens Often when people start using fountain pens, they discover quickly after that not all paper is made equal. When using ballpoints or rollerballs, most paper performs fairly similarly, which has to do with the oil-based greasier ink of these types of pen. How well your ink does on your paper has to do with your pen, your ink and your paper. The wetter the pen, the more ink goes on the page, and so the more likely you’ll have problems. Certain inks display certain tendencies, and so you’ll have to play around and try a few inks to see how they differ. Paper weight is an indication of how heavy it is. I think the real difference between how paper performs comes down to the sizing of the paper, or how the paper is treated in manufacturing to change the absorbency level of the paper. Bad things that can happen with paper: Show-through: if you’re writing on the other side of the page, show-through or ghosting can make it more difficult to read what you’re writing. 2. 3. 4. G. G. Like this:
San Diego Fellow Calligraphers The Color Thesaurus | Ingrid's Notes I love to collect words. Making word lists can help to find the voice of my story, dig into the emotion of a scene, or create variety. One of my on-going word collections is of colors. I love to stop in the paint section of a hardware store and find new names for red or white or yellow. So for fun, I created this color thesaurus for your reference. Fill your stories with a rainbow of images! Like this: Like Loading... Private Reserve Ink Fountain Pen Ink Colors Now in 53 vibrant colors, including new Highlights! Orange Crush neutral ph - excellent coverage - smooth flow - vibrant colors non-clogging - fast-drying - new bottle design - reasonable priced 66 ml bottle $11.00 - made in the U.S.A. Private Reserve Ink P.O. Click here to find a dealer in your area Colors may vary due to browsers and monitors. Copyright © 2014 Private Reserve Ink | "Ink in a rainbow of colors."