Archive for the ‘Doodles & Journals’ Category

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Sunday Reads: Edison, Italics And A Crush

07/14/2019

Confession: I can’t use a BIC without feeling like I’m slumming. Am I a snob?

Favorite traveling companions…

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Sunday Reads: Pens, Inks And Doodles

06/16/2019

I thought I had a lot of ink samples until I saw Nick Stewart’s collection…

From the archives, a Nemosine Singularity 0.6mm italic nib


Nemosine Italic Nib

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Update To Trouble At Inkophile

05/23/2019

Thanks to generous readers, the ads on Inkophile will be eliminated for a year. Tech support was annoying. I am not fond of upselling or bait and switch. Parsing through answers that don’t address the questions asked is another challenge. To their credit, the employees who tried to help wrote decent English. Either that or were good at copy and paste.

Due to the betrayal of trust, my domain registration will remain at GoDaddy and not make the move to WP. Count me skeptical that prices and packages won’t change next year, but for now, we are good.

Happy dance!

Gene Kelly Dancing On Apica Paper

Gene Kelly dancing on Apica paper.

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Sunday Links: The Perfect Pizza, A Sausage, And Ink

02/24/2019

A group of links that have nothing to do with one another, but might offer a little something for everyone…

 

 

 

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Midweek Links: Pen, Paper And Ink

11/28/2018

The first link about slowing down handwriting speed is good advice though it isn’t always practical. However, this action does improve legibility and suits any writing that others must read. The last link is to an article about one of my favorite journal creators and includes several pages as well as a few of the fountain pens he uses. Enjoy!

From the archives, my Autumn 2012 rotation:

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Sunday Reads: Zombies, Sketchbook Ideas, And A Ghost

10/28/2018

Halloween is upon us so zombies and a haunted store seemed appropriate. Now back work on an ink and pen post for tomorrow.

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Sunday Reads: Searchable Handwritten Notes And Pen Links

09/30/2018

Absolutely any fountain pen user can make use of the first article. Evernote has been in my arsenal for years, but archiving handwritten notes elevates it to a whole new level of usefulness.

From the archives:

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