If you have to ask . . .mpg?
Somehow I didn't think it was going to be the kind with wheels.
Beautiful. Nice photo of it too.
Thank you. This was a quick set up - two short CFL lamps to the sides, a grey mouse pad, and overhead shot on the tripod. I'll set up something better later on - I have to make a "holder" for the pen. As for the ink, I've gotten pretty fond of Pilot Iroshizuku and some of the Noodler's colors; quite a price range, though.I used to use fountain pens, and I always loved the Schaeffer Skrip brand of writing ink, with the jars that have the built-in inkwell for easier filling. On this still-life, I think I would clone out and perfect those two small white blems and that dark blem there on the left. And also, touch up those two very tiny white blems at the 12 o'clock position.
Not much left after this trip! I could send you a Pilot Metropolitan. They are rather inexpensive but really nice to write with.Well if you have a few of them, send this one to me. lol. Nice looking pen. My favorite fountain pen died early this year and I haven't been able to get one I like as much.
Nice, fun pen. I wonder how many other Forum members use fountain pens (as I do). I see a few do from the responses, and I know one more from previous e-mail. I use other types of pens besides fountain pens, but I do feel the "if it don't suck ink from a bottle, it ain't a pen." And yet I moved from film to digital and never looked back . . .