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Hi folks, I made a pen by trimming a turkey feather that a bird recently deposited in my yard. What kind of ink is best for this kind of writing? My fp inks tend to pour off the nib onto the paper and run out quickly. Is there something better? Thanks.
Greetings to all you pen pals, I hope this is an appropriate place to ask my question. For me a pen can have the magic of a wand and the power of the sword. I have designed and developed my own feather quill pens that I call LightScribes. I am very happy with the final outcome, they are gorgeous and make me very proud. I am just working on the nib attachment a little more and am considering using a magnet to make it nice and click click slick. I know that stainless steel, copper and aluminium does not stick to magnets. in your knowledge, what metals are nibs mostly made from? I would be really grateful for any guidance. Thanks Alex http://www.leviathanscribes.com
I have some Tomoe river cream sheets, and also some white as well. £10 for 100 sheets, £18 for 200 sheets, and £26 for 300 sheets. Postage is a flat £2 for posting anywhere in the UK, for any quantity up to 500 sheets. I can provide a custom quote for European orders. PM me if interested
This question concerns a feather quill, rather than a fountian pen, but I'm pretty sure the concept regarding the tines is similar enough. Sometime today it would seem that the tines on my nib have become crossed. I've never had this happen before and I'm not exactly sure how I can repair it. Simple finger pressure won't work. Any ideas? Cheers!