We are pretty excited to get our Noodler’s Pens in because they’re our first flex nibs! We have the Noodler’s Nib Creaper, sometimes called their Standard Flex Fountain Pen. Noodler’s Ink has really changed how people use and think of fountain pens – first creating much more affordably priced inks in a whole range of bold, vivid colours. … [Read more…]
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…]