Currently Inked – November 12, 2016 Pilot Parallel – Naifu Mod – PW Akkerman Hofkwartier Groen Montegrappa Mule Fortuna Copper – Medium – OMAS Turquoise ST Dupont Spectre 007 – Medium – Pelikan 4001 Royal Blue Stipula Etruria Volterra – Italic – ST Dupont Violet Lindauer Piston-Filler – 1.1 mm – PW Akkerman Denneweg Groen Lindauer Piston-Filler – 1.5 mm – PW Akkerman Denneweg Groen Lindauer Piston-Filler – 1.9 mm – PW Akkerman Denneweg Groen …
Currently Inked – November 5, 2016 Visconti Kakadu – Medium – Montblanc Irish Green Visconti Opera Elements – Medium – Montblanc Irish Green Montblanc 146 – Medium – Diamine Soft Mint Pelikan M205 Aquamarine – Fine – Pelikan Edelstein Aquamarine Pelikan M400 – BB Stub – Bungbox Light Soup Montblanc 144 Ultra Black – Medium – Montblanc Ultra Black Visconti Homo Sapiens – Extra-Fine – Pilot Iroshizuku Kon-Peki Parker 65 – BB Italic – Montblanc …
Currently Inked – October 29, 2016 Classic Pens LB5 – NAG Cross Point – Montblanc Corn Poppy Red Visconti Opera Master – BB Stub – Montblanc Toffee Brown Pilot MR Retro Pop – Medium – PW Akkerman Diep Duinwater Blauw GAMA Jumbo Acrylic – 1.5 mm Anderson Pens Nib – KWZI Honey Pilot Falcon – Soft-Fine – Sailor Sky High
Currently Inked for September 24, 2016! Pilot Parallel 6.0 mm + Platinum Carbon Black Visconti Speakeasy Medium + Pilot Iroshizuku Kon-Peki Montblanc Heritage Rouge & Noir Coral Broad + Pilot Iroshizuku Kon Peki Faber-Castell eMotion 18kt Broad + PW Akkerman Diep Duinwater Blauw Montblanc 146 OBB + Diamine Soft Mint Pelikan M1005 Demonstrator BB + J. Herbin Diabolo Menthe Pelikan Souverän M400 White Tortoise BB Stub + Graf Von Faber-Castell Deep Sea Green
Can I filter my mouldy ink and use it? This will not help, as the biostatic agents in the ink have likely expired. It’s best to discard mouldy ink and not put it in your fountain pens!
Ok, I wouldn’t put such saturated/particle-laden inks in all my pens, but it sure looks fun. The Witching Hour sounds creepy. Like that Inking Hour when suddenly I have 30 pens inked and I don’t know what happened.
There are so many reasons to use those pens! Why do you write? It doesn’t always have to be for a “good reason”. I practice by just scribbling notes during TV shows, for example.
Vintage pens are not just for collectors! They’re also for users, writers, artists, and everyone else! I use mine to doodle and sketch, to write important things, unimportant things, and everything else. Pair it with a good notebook and it’s definitely bliss.
A classic, well known Robert Frost poem: Fire & Ice. A sad poem to reflect upon, and of course, best written with a fountain pen.
I imagine many people don’t give themselves enough credit for their written words – whether it’s literature or artistic. As a result, others are probably swept away by one’s work. Sweep yourself away, too.