This is sort of a few questions muddled up into one thread so sorry in advance!
I purchased a Lamy 2000 about 6 months ago now but I've been struggling to get it to work exactly how I want
So basically, these are the issues I've been having:
1. It seems to be very fussy in terms of which inks run well in it, for example when I use my fine nib (I have a fine and broad nib that I rotate for the same pen), and I use inks such as Aurora Black and Waterman Florida Blue it seems to run a very thin line and it also seems to skip a lot. However when I use Noodlers Liberty Elysium or Iroshizuku Kon-Peki it seems to run exactly how I want it. I'm not exactly sure why this is the case though, as I thought wet inks such as Aurora Black would produce a broader line (which is what I wanted)?
2. I'm not particularly a fan of my broad nib as it's to stubby for my liking, but I don't enjoy the fine either as I thought it'd be broader...this may seem like the stupidest question on earth, but would a medium nib solve both of these issues (not as stubby as the broad but also produces a fair bit thicker of a line than the fine nib)?
3. This is sort of unrelated to the Lamy 2000, but I was looking for a green ink that behaves similarly to Liberty's Elysium and Kon-Peki, would you guys have any suggestions?
Thanks so much in advance, I apologize for the long uneducated post!