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  1. http://sheismylawyer.com/She_Thinks_In_Ink/Inklings/2013-Ink_700.jpg http://sheismylawyer.com/She_Thinks_In_Ink/Inklings/2013-Ink_701.jpg
  2. Hi, V’Sign Stride Fountain Pen (with Vintage Semi-Flex Nib from Navy Pen Co. Japan) is now available at www.kiwipens.com Please see the link below: https://www.kiwipens.com/collections/handmade-pens/products/v-sign-stride-black-fountain-pen-with-vintage-semi-flex-nib-navy-pen-co-japan Thanks -saji
  3. I initially thought this ink leaned towards the purple but see now that it dries to a deep navy / blue-black. It's a very well-behaved ink, and I've since loaded it into a piston-filler (Lamy 2000), run through it, and had it clean out entirely with around 10 flushes, so -- as good as any of the easiest-cleaning inks (for me, anyway). I ran through the testing rubric on Tomoe River Paper, so it gives great line definition and nice, true color -- but dry times are off the chart. Regular paper offers an under-ten-second dry time with a European medium nib (Kaweco medium tested). If you like the color -- or are, like me, forever in search of more blue-blacks -- it's a great everyday ink: almost black in a bold nib, true navy in a fine-medium, and a steely-gray-blue in an extra-fine, and office-friendly in all three. On TRP: And on my everyday office paper, Staples' Sustainable Earth (bamboo) paper: On fancy-shmancy letterhead paper (unsure of bond designation, but like the vast majority of mass-market consumer products it probably wouldn't mean anything anyway - in any case, this is a custom letterhead from Crane's): And on a piece of paper I pulled out of the laser printer: All told, it's a very versatile ink - works well on any paper provided you choose an appropriate nib and has nice variation in color with different nib sizes; I'll be putting it into the rotation, as it has all the right qualities and it actually adds something to my blue-black collection... [edit: to repost pictures, as I believe I musta bunged it up somehow]
  4. I was wondering if you could post your experiences of Noodler's Navy. I saw this ink some time ago and I always liked that shading to the turquoise green range so I thought I would really like this ink. I bought it very recently, sadly got one of the plastic bottles (there seem to be loads of these in circulation still) but was very disappointed with the ink. I like the colour, but it is so deeply saturated that there is no shading to it at all. I don't have it in a particularly wet writer, in fact I put it in a slightly dry pen for the sake of the shading. I know sometimes that inks have to be reformulated, but couldn't see any thread where this might be the case, so I was wondering if anyone else had bought it recently and whether it demonstrated shading or not. I'm tempted to dilute it slightly to see what happens and would like to hear also if anyone has done this and if it had any adverse effects on behaviour (as it is the behaviour is great).
  5. a.zy.lee

    Parker 45 Demonstration (Video)

    Here's a video I made a while ago demonstrating a Parker 45. It's the midnight blue model with a medium nib. I have it inked with Noodler's Navy which matches it almost perfectly. The bit-rate in the video is kinda low due to editing with Windows Movie Maker. Enjoy! I have more videos like this on my channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6pAl06Dx2E1WqWof7JnnvA
  6. http://sheismylawyer.com/She_Thinks_In_Ink/Inklings/slides/2013-Ink_710.jpg http://sheismylawyer.com/She_Thinks_In_Ink/Inklings/slides/2013-Ink_711.jpg
  7. http://sheismylawyer.com/She_Thinks_In_Ink/Inklings/slides/2013-Ink_696.jpg http://sheismylawyer.com/She_Thinks_In_Ink/Inklings/slides/2013-Ink_696b.jpg
  8. Hello! My name is Gary and have just started an interest in Fountain Pens - not sure what it is about them, the more I read the more I like. This year will mark my 25th year in the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) and my family and I are posted back to Halifax, Nova Scotia 02 July. I've purchased a Kreko Fountain Pen from a member of this group - very excited to receive and start using it. I have also purchased, but has not arrived yet, a Lamy Safari from a business here in Canada called Stylo. What amazes me about Fountain Pens is the number of resources on its history - I'm currently looking into what the best book is on the subject - I'm going to poke around this website, I'm certain there will be info on that. Gary





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