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Hey guys. I am planning to write a letter in a few days with a Noodler's black ink. Unfortunately, the regular black that I had my heart set on just isn't going to be available locally in time because of weather and shipping complications. I might have to buy X-Feather instead, and though I've read about it extensively, I'd just like to know if anyone has tried it on laid paper, which is known to be highly absorbent or "thirsty". So far, I know that X-Feather: has long dry timesis somehow more viscous than most inks (but this applies to Noodler's inks in general?)is drier, less lubricated
I don't have a scanner...will soon. Wouldn't prove anything anyway, but poor writing. I have printer paper to chunk it into the printer, that included failed papers; and good to better scribble only paper. I have some 20 or so scribble only papers perhaps more. I'm still at a beginning I am missing so many papers many have. I'm into heavier papers or I try to be.. Some times they write better than the lighter or middleweight 120 g papers. Sometimes that purely depends on the ink. In a sample pack, I'd thought Gmund Beige Blank at 170 g better than it at 120, until I ran into some inks wh