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Which Inks Are You Using Today?


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12 minutes ago, amberleadavis said:

 

Well, please come see me when you do!

Thanks for the invite. :thumbup:

Script nib for writing screenplays. • Fine nib for my best writing. • Extra fine for my *very* best writing. • Medium for requesting a séance. • Bold for adventure stories. • Manifold for many various types of writing. • Coarse for indignant letters. • Oblique for making a point in a roundabout way. • Italic when I'm inclined. • Stub for when I intend to leave a manuscript unfinis ... 

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Dromgooles exclusive Colorverse NASA Blue.

Breathe. Take one step at a time. Don't sweat the small stuff. You're not getting older, you are only moving through time. Be calm and positive.

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Kingfisher Blue in a Gravitas Entry, and Oxford Blue in an Onoto Magna.

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Two inks in four pens:

 

Platinum Blue-Black (one filled from a bottle, the other using a cartridge)

 

Sailor Kiwaguro (in the other two)

 

 

For the first time in at least ten years, I don't have a pen filled with Noodler's Black. I had to bow to SK's faster dry time.

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etherX in To Miasto

Fleekair <--French accent.

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Waterman Mysterious Blue, in the Mabie Todd Swan ringtop with the XFF flexing Parker Lucky Curve nib.

Noodler's Heart of Darkness, in the Noodler's "Forbidden City" acrylic Konrad, flex nib.

Birmingham Pens Allegheny Observatory Celestial Blue, in the silver-tone Pilot Metropolitan, M nib.

Ruth Morrisson aka inkstainedruth

"It's very nice, but frankly, when I signed that list for a P-51, what I had in mind was a fountain pen."

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I inked a pen with Robert Oster Motor Oil a few days ago and, oh boy, is it lovely. I haven't written with anything else since and already needed to refill the converter. It's a brown /  black / something else but with a touch of shading that makes the writing look antique. :wub:

 

 

 

It's all about the greys...

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For journalling, Lamy Turquoise.

 

For ‘general use’/out-of-the-house use, Pilot ‘Blue/black’.

Foul in clear conditions, but handsome in the fog.

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Today it's been Waterman Tender Purple, in the newly restored Morrison sterling filigree overlay ringtop, and diluted vintage Quink Permanent Royal Blue, in the Aqua Blue (? -- guessing that's the color) Parker 45 Arrow.

Ruth Morrisson aka inkstainedruth

"It's very nice, but frankly, when I signed that list for a P-51, what I had in mind was a fountain pen."

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I'm still using Oxford and Regency Blue. They are my to favourite and 'go-to' inks.

 

Gave away a bottle of unloved Kensington Blue and a converter to an acquaintance to go with the pen I gave him some months ago

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