It seems that the Waterman I have writes a bit bolder than the one you use for the writing sample. It might not be suitable for ant-size writing of mine, but I like how wet it is.
I like wet pens either. And this weekend I had a chance to use that Platinum 3776 which I sent you a link. It was a B and it was quite wet. Hmmm juicy!
It could very be. I actually didn't realize it until I use my Lamy medium nib side by side. I will post something in a couple days to show.Wet pens are the best to use. With the slightest pressure the ink will flow. It also means that it will take most inks, dry or wet.
And I like them because you can see the color of ink better. Maybe that's why I don't like extra fine pens.
Some of the EF nibs are rather nice, like Kaweco. Japanese EF can be challenging, only because how fine it is. Having a lubricated ink will help with the breaking in process.
Oh yes, for example Pilot 78G doesn't get along with inks other than Sailor, Iroshizuku and Aniki. (They all belong to east :) Of course it doesn't mean that those inks are the only best ones. For example, I am really happy with my Diamine inks.
Yes, I agree with you. With my experiment, Scabiosa so far only gets along with German pens. My wettest Waterman can't even handle it. Weird, isn't it?
Oh that is good to know, I was going to ink my Waterman with Scabiosa.
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