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  1. Ah, distinctly I remember it was in the bleak December; and each separate dying ember wrought its ghost upon the floor. It is still December here - just about - and the embers in my fire have died completely as the winds of storm 'Frank' run around the corners of my house and rap the doors. There is, however, not a bird in sight; just my cat and nothing more. This pen was a bit of an impulse buy for me but one I am glad I pulled the trigger on as I believe it can be rather difficult to source. It is a limited edition, like all of the Writers Editions, if 14,000 units counts as limited. It ta
  2. Cyber6

    Organics Studio Is Back!

    Interesting.. I just got an email from Anderson that Organics Studio is back... Now, I am wondering if this means he will take back those inks that lost their color and turned grey. (Ex. Blue Merle) I mean, don't all Ink Masters stand by their product? C.
  3. Hi, I received my MB Edgar Allan Poe fountain pen from GoPens today. It is one of the most beautiful pens I've ever seen. A BLUE Montblanc! I'm in heaven. When I unscrewed the piston, however, I noticed that it didn't unscrew very far. I've inked the pen and am writing with it quite happily. But, I am wondering about the ink capacity of the pen. It just didn't seem like it sucked up much ink with so few turns of the piston. I've looked on the MB website and Googled, but I can't find the specs for this pen. I am afraid to twist the piston past what seems to be the stopping point, though
  4. I provided my artist in residence.. with a pen and the name of the ink. No other information was shared. She proceeded to doodle with it.. Pens Used: Broad – Chinese “Laban Spider Web” Fine – Jackson Dark Wood Flex – Minuskin’s Art Deco Full Flex.
  5. Now this is an Edgar Allan Poe ink! (Take notes De Atramentis!) In my opinion, this one's probably the best of the writer's series. This is a great red ink. It's not waterproof. But again, could probably handle a few splashes. And really nice flow. It's got great shading, from bright true red to a deep red. It's a rich color with depth. It doesn't look like just a standard everyday red. This isn't a color that only works for marking up corrections on paper. You could probably use this for normal writing, especially if you're into writing horror stories. Or ransom notes.





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