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#21 iancorben

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Posted 12 December 2015 - 23:30

Welcome along!
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#22 Waldiland

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Posted 14 December 2015 - 20:45

Welcome along!

 

 

Hello from London and welcome.

 

Thank you. Nice to meet you.



#23 GJMekenkamp

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Posted 15 December 2015 - 12:11

Hello and welcome to FPN!



#24 Ben Looijesteijn

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Posted 15 December 2015 - 13:54

...and a warm welcome from the Netherlands!



#25 Waldiland

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Posted 15 December 2015 - 14:09

Hello and welcome to FPN!

 

 

...and a warm welcome from the Netherlands!

 

Hello and thank you both. 



#26 stephanos

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Posted 23 December 2015 - 18:35

I own one Graf von Faber Castell ink: Moss Green. It is expensive and it's a nice colour, but that's not it's greatest problem. The blood cap is so smooth that I often need assistance to open it. It's quite annoying.

 

Some turquoise's disappoint. I also enjoy Waterman South Seas Blue/Inspired Blue. It's more of a blue-turquoise and shades very well, whereas Caribbean Sea and Marine are more green-turquoise.

 

I live in Saxony. Are you in Germany?

 

I see what you mean about the different flavours of turquoise.

 

I spend a lot of time in Germany, typically NDS; hence my question.



#27 obilot

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Posted 24 December 2015 - 01:53

Hello! I'm somewhat new here myself; but if I may join in -- welcome!

Is that a Lamy nib soaking in your avatar? I've spent much of the last two days soaking two Lamy nib sections, and I would be shocked if there were a pen-feed that holds more pigment.

Every time I think I'm done, I'm not...

Cheers - !

#28 Waldiland

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Posted 25 December 2015 - 20:13

Hello! I'm somewhat new here myself; but if I may join in -- welcome!
Is that a Lamy nib soaking in your avatar? I've spent much of the last two days soaking two Lamy nib sections, and I would be shocked if there were a pen-feed that holds more pigment.
Every time I think I'm done, I'm not...
Cheers - !


Hi. Nice to meet you. Yes, looks like it is a Lamy section. I know what you mean about it hanging onto pigment: before I got a bulb syringe cleaning was a multi-day exercise. Now it's not so bad. I say that thought, I'm about to flush a Safari that has been inked for months and rarely used. That might not clean so easily.





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