I’m always asked what pen I use. It’s called a Rotring Tikky Graphic and you can now get them from the http://tropicalfiji.com/levitra-pills Rotring Store. I’m not being sponsored by Rotring, this truly is a great pen and I’m more than happy to tell you why.
The inks is black black and permanent. Most importantly for me, it is waterproof which means you can use watercolour or marker pens over the top and the ink will not bleed and dirty up the colours. The Nib is very responsive – I think you can see in the video that i get a really good “flick” effect with the nib. It can be used for neat equal width lines but you do also get that nice, sharp point with the flick that you would also get with a dip pen.
They are disposable.I find I usually wear out the fibre nib before the i use it ink runs out. They are pretty much the same price as a disposable rollerball pen , but you get such high performance from them that I think they are great value for money.
I generally get my pens from cultpens.co.uk who have an amazing stock of weird and wonderful pens from all around the world and super levitra they provide a very fast service in the UK. I think they send stuff worldwide too. Don’t look at their site! If you are a penaholic, you will want to buy everything!
I used to use the Rotring Isograph in the old days. It’s a very technical pen that needs a lot of http://www.hexicamaerials.com/sale-viagra looking after and cleaning out. It also has a fine metal nib which clogs up easily and I was always breaking them! If you love fiddling with pens and cleaning them out, this is the pen for you!
There you are – I’ve been asked so much about this pen, I hope this tells you everything you need to joannelovesscience.com know. If you need to know more – put your questions in the comments box below!