BHuij Posted March 14 Share Posted March 14 I've been writing with a handful of different pens for years now, but I have small handwriting and so basically all my pens are fine nibs, maybe one or two skewing towards medium a bit. I finally decided to try something new, so I went all in and picked up a Conklin Duragraph with a stub nib from Goulet. It's... phenomenal. I had to slow down to keep my angle consistent, and write a bit larger than I usually do, and both of those things combined seemed to instantly upgrade my handwriting. The line variation is delicious. The wet ink flow is glorious. I definitely impulse purchased a TWSBI Eco with a broad nib the same day my stub arrived. That is all. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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