Archive for the ‘Doodles & Journals’ Category

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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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Sunday Reads: Ink, Journals, And Cursive

09/16/2018

Over the summer, my laptop exhibited all sorts of troubled behavior that culminated in a meltdown of its hard drive and failure of its flash drive, the one that was used for backups. Restoration is a work-in-progress. Even so, there are a few links that did not disappear down the rabbit hole that I hope you enjoy.

Smartest dog ever!

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Sunday Reads: Flex Nibs, Ink, And Stifflexible

07/22/2018

Pen links and other goodies…

Four years on, these writing tools remain favorites.

 

Clairefontaine, Stillman & Birn, Platinum #3776 Century Nice and Nice Pur, Conklin Durograph Stub, Iroshizuku, J. Herbin, Noodler’s Ink, Sailor Ink, Tomoe River paper.

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Sunday Reads: Pens And Inks By The Dozen

04/22/2018

Saving my tea bags in case there’s a paper shortage…

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Sunday Reads: Pens, Inks And Giant Doodles

04/08/2018

Long missives on luscious paper written with the perfect fountain pen and luxurious ink may well be the ideal antidote to the censorship strategies of social media titans. Write what you like where no prying eyes or arcane algorithms can label your thoughts and relegate you to the dustbin of irreversible membership cancellation. A pox on all of their houses or did someone already say that?

 

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