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  1. jabberwock11

    Looking To Buy A New 1.1Mm Nib

    I am looking to buy a new 1.1mm nib for my Aldo Domani two tone pen. I had a Knox nib in there, but have since switched that nib out to a Jinhao X750, leaving my poor Aldo Domani with its plain old factory nib. I'm having a difficult time choosing a new nib for this pen...most of the available nibs are made by JoWo (Franklin-Christoph, Gouet Pens, Anderson Pens, Edison Pens, Monteverde) and are likely more or less the same (although I do wonder if the nibs made for F-C or Edison might be made to more exacting standards or with slightly different specs than the standard JoWo nibs), so I am no
  2. white_lotus

    Anderson Oshkosh Denim

    This review is really for historical purposes. When I originally worked on the review at the end of October this ink was still available. It now seems to be all gone. Thankfully, the world is filled with inks from which to choose. Also, when I worked this up, I didn't create an ink droplet, nor work it up on inkjet paper. So this is abbreviated. For something in this color range, one might as well get Iroshizuku Tsuki-yo or Pelikan Edelstein Tanzanite, or any number of dark(er) muted blues or blue-blacks. Not water resistant.
  3. white_lotus

    Anderson Appleton Red

    The Anderson Pen shop at one time had a line of their own inks. As of this writing they have one or more bottles of the red and the black of these inks. This is a abbreviated review of the Appleton red. I really didn't care for the ink that much so didn't explore it extensively. I don't use red inks much at all. It was quite difficult to get the color right in the image. On the page, the ink has a little more orange than shown here, and it's not as saturated as shown. If I tried to make it less saturated, everything went too dark. If I tried to lighten it, everything went too pale. No
  4. white_lotus

    Anderson Green Bay

    Well, at last I'm getting to uploading my review of the Anderson Pens ink "Green Bay". There had been retorts that these were "dry" inks. But that doesn't seem to be the case with this ink. Good normal pen wetness I think. It was said that this ink resembles the discontinued Sailor Epinard. I only recently received a sample of the latter so can't say for certain, but this is a "spinach-y" colored green. I quite like it. It's unclear how much longer these inks will be available, probably until stocks run out. The maker of these Anderson Pens inks has discontinued operations from what I unde
  5. white_lotus

    Anderson Fox River Blues

    Last year I picked up the Anderson Pens lineup of inks at the Long Island Pen Show. It had been announced they were being discontinued. They'd had a reputation of being "too dry" but that actually wasn't the case with the current batch. I've finally gotten around to reviewing this ink. If this ink is still available, there's probably not a lot of it on the Anderson Pens website, otherwise it's a legacy. This one handled pretty well, and was quite fast-drying. Totally not water resistant, and once the paper was wet the ink continued to spread and bleed, leaving a real mess. The usual papers
  6. white_lotus

    Anderson Wood Violet

    Recently I learned that the inks made for Anderson Pens were being discontinued. Their original marker, Scribal Workshop, wasn't going to make them any longer, and Anderson couldn't find a replacement producer to their satisfaction. So with the encouragement of another FPN member I picked up a bottle of the remaining inks (except the black). This is a review of the Wood Violet, a nice violet/purple color. The color in reality if not quite as dark as shown in the images; it's definitely more soft. These inks had gotten a reputation for being "dry", and even on the web site it says "Some peopl
  7. Hi, I normally don't make threads about my purchases but this warrants a thread. I live in the Philippines, but my mom is in the U.S. so she buys stuff for me there and forwards the packages via a "balikbayan box" service that takes 1-3 months to arrive. So, just a few days ago, my orders placed in Oct 2015 from Goulet Pens and Anderson Pens finally arrived. PART 1: My Goulet Order The other day, my forwarded box from my mom arrived, and I finally unboxed a huge Goulet order (containing a ton of o rings, silicon rings, inks, a Jinhao, and some nibs). It was packed with apocalypse-proof l

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