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Hi, I was writing some notes on paper in dim light (near darkness) the other day, while i was wondering if there was a better option. I just used a regular cheap pen with blue ink, and i didn't really see much of what i was writing. So i thought about how a pen works - it is by laying down ink on paper. Being especially true for regular pens (as opposed to fountain pens), there is a lot of friction involved in the action, all concentrated at the tip of the nib. So i was wondering, did someone ever manage to use this energy? I could imagine that a viscous substance could be designed which w
Hello, I am thinking about buying some nice, black bulletproof ink. I have two candidates: X-feather and HoD from Noodler's. Has someone used these two to compare them? I have a few questions: 1) Which has better performace on cheap paper(feathering, bleeding...)?(copy paper or some cheap notebooks, 60-80 g/m2 ) 2) Which has faster drying time? (I'm using Lamy Vista F)? I want to use them for study notes from lectures, quick writting/drying needed Thank you for your answers