you will need help if your a side writer and an over writer (underwriters dont need much attention especially if your trained in copperplate more so)
I'm a both myself since I'm a side writer at a relaxed state then going to over writer hooked when I start to get into the middle of the paper
inks huh I prefer to probably use a drier pen a stock TWSBI, Sailor Lecoule, some pens from Muji for example... unless you like more shading inks I also use Kiwaguro as my black base but there's also take-sumi
I also happen to have a very wet pen from Faber-Castell (Ambition in Coconut) but since I rarely use it other than occasional use thinking I'll probably have problems since most of my inks are a bit on the wet side
also I don't use Rhodia as my paper but I have other papers if ever needed Muji is somewhat fine but I normally use Victoria's Journal Coppelle and Venzi for journaling these are good absorbent paper so you will have smaller problems later on but feel free to use Rhodia if your going to make reviews or what not
Edited by Algester, 14 July 2014 - 03:48.