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#21 Matth13

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Posted 19 June 2014 - 04:50

I am interested in helping out with the blog. I can offer my experience with modern pens, vintage pens, dip pens, and gel/ballpoint pens.



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#22 FLZapped

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Posted 19 June 2014 - 10:39

Since a lot of the review would be on how the pen feels, having people with different sized hands would also be a plus.



#23 dkim87

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Posted 20 June 2014 - 17:17

While I am an amateur in the fountain pen arena (~6 pens), I have played around with quite a bit of other kinds of pens (ballpoints, rollerball, gel, etc). I would love to be of assistance on this front. Furthermore, I love to write extremely small, so I could offer perspective on that front (ef nibs, .18mm gel pens, etc). Let me know if you would like any help.



#24 dkim87

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Posted 23 June 2014 - 18:31

Also,

 

Just got my XXXXF nib from Binder as well. Love it.



#25 dkim87

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Posted 24 June 2014 - 16:48

Btw. Here is a sample of my writing size.

 

I like to journal a lot and this size is not out of the ordinary from my daily personal journaling

 

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#26 Zilknitha

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Posted 24 June 2014 - 18:21

I would be interested in helping out with this one. As an art school grad, i know a fair bit about the pencils and other pens available. Having done a lot of work using ballpoints, gels and a range of pencil brands I could comment on how easy they are to work with depending on what you are using them for (aside from writing). Only got back into using fountain pens again this year after having a year of using other things.  



#27 itsvroomvroom

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Posted 01 July 2014 - 18:50

Hi, I'd love to help with this, but my knowledge of pencils is rather limited. I do have experience with ballpoints, rollerballs, and gel ink pens, though. I would, however be able to review about once or twice a month. I frequently write on cheap paper and take notes at school, so I could give a perspective of a student. If you are still looking for someone to write reviews for you and are interested in my help, please just let me know! :)





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