Sailor is one of my favourite ink brands, and while some of their inks are known in particular for beautiful shading and a sheen, the Jentle Black is a great ink for your everyday writing. The review was done on Rhodia 80gsm paper, with an eyedropper Serwex 101 with a flex nib – one of my … [Read more…]
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J. Herbin’s Perle Noire black ink is one of those standard, high-quality, go-to black inks for many fountain pen users. It’s a rich, dark colour that writes smoothly and dries quickly – what else do you need? It’s got all around great qualities on all sorts of paper, and its drawbacks are mainly to do … [Read more…]
Noodler’s Tiananmen Ink Review Noodler’s Inks are often based on historical or political events: one most well-known example is Tiananmen. Tiananmen Square is a massive square in Beijing, China – a sure tourist attraction with Chinese nationals as well as those from other countries. Its political history as well as the beautiful structures around it … [Read more…]
Something to bring you back to your childhood…the smell of wood pencils, the recess bells, the anxiety of a math test. No – the Palomino Blackwing is definitely not the same as your childhood school pencils. These pencils are legendary, truly a premium pencil. First made in the 1930s by Eberhard-Faber, they were discontinued after … [Read more…]