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I really liked your work! Looking forward to see your doodle collection as well! Are you using Koken? Any thoughts on how to switch the CMS when Koken gets sold?

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After seeing Chris Livsey's Nakaya, I ordered one....


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This is a Nakaya 17mm Portable Cigar in Aka Tamenuri finish, 14K Broad nib.
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After seeing Chris Livsey's Nakaya, I ordered one....
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I really hope you love it,looks great, glad to see you bought the rest as well.
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I really hope you love it,looks great, glad to see you bought the rest as well.
Thanks Chris. Like yours, the pen is clipless, so I thought it would be wise to get the pen rest to avoid accidental roll-offs.

BTW I also got that cute goldfish converter
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I really liked your work! Looking forward to see your doodle collection as well! Are you using Koken? Any thoughts on how to switch the CMS when Koken gets sold?

Best,

Mani
Thanks, Mani, I made my website with Dreamweaver CS6, kind of outdated...

Here's another pen for doodles, a Sailor Pro Gear with medium fine nib (a lot thinner than European extra fine). It draws in a very controlled/precise fashion, quite different from Omas Milord's expressive/loose style. Love them both!

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Some questions for Nakaya pen owners: how does the nib feel? Wet/dry, flexy/rigid? How does the nib compare to Sailor's? Or feels similar to any brand's nib?

This thread is bad...

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Some questions for Nakaya pen owners: how does the nib feel? Wet/dry, flexy/rigid? How does the nib compare to Sailor's? Or feels similar to any brand's nib?

This thread is bad...

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Dear Tung,

I'm a very new Nakaya owner :-) I did quite a bit of research before choosing a "Broad" nib for my "fat" portable cigar (see pictures above). I normally like European medium, but I was told that Japanese medium was more like European fine whilst Japanese broad was like European medium. Nakaya also do a soft medium and a soft fine which have some flex (not much).

When you order, you can specify certain characteristics: ink flow, pressure used, angle the pen is held, L/R handed use etc. I chose a "medium flow" for by broad nib: it lays down a satisfyingly wet, thick medium line; very smooth with a tiny amount of give (by no means flex or semi-flex). It is comparable to my Pelikans in terms of smoothness. I don't have a Sailor to compare with.

I guess, with the Nakayas, you are paying for the body; the nib is equivalent to a Platinum nib. The Nakyas pens are made by guys who used to work for Platinum and who have now retired.

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Thanks for sharing your thoughts and congrats on your new Nakaya, Monz, I haven't heard of any complains about Nakaya's nibs so far, and that's very comforting :-)

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Here's pen & watercolor sketch, with Aurora Talentum Finesse extra fine nib. This pen is always inked and ready to go since I bought it 5 years ago. Never fails to perform.
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I've been watching this thread with interest, as I recently started using fountain pens on a daily basis. This Sheaffer Snorkel Valiant was a recent gift from my grandmother, and I also have a disposable fountain pen from BIC, which I have been using to test the waters of the fountain pen world...


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Lovely broad Nakata nib with heart-shaped breather hole... the ink on it is Kon Peki
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Here's pen & watercolor sketch, with Aurora Talentum Finesse extra fine nib. This pen is always inked and ready to go since I bought it 5 years ago. Never fails to perform.
Tung,

The Pen and Wash style of drawing/painting is one of my favorites. Do you have any resource on how to learn it? Or share more of your drawings with this style
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Lovely broad Nakata nib with heart-shaped breather hole... the ink on it is Kon Peki
Monz, pardon the basic question, is that a broad nib because it produces thick lines, or it's called broad because it is physically big?
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Monz, pardon the basic question, is that a broad nib because it produces thick lines, or it's called broad because it is physically big?
Hi Will,
It's "broad" because of the wide line width that it produces.... but to complicate matters, it's Japanese "broad" which is equivalent to Western "medium"! It's a bit like shoe and dress sizes... no international standard :-)

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That's the same as mine, which I found in Istanbul.
Inked with Ancient Copper and it writes smoothly and a bit wet.

Does yours need a new converter?
Mine doesn't have a converter, just plastic cartridges.
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It seems I have found fountain pen heaven. I need good advice: the ink suction mechanism in my Montblanc -you turn a dial and the pump is supposed to suck ink from a well does not function any longer. How do I fix this? Can I flush the suction mechanism myself or does it mean an expensive trip to a Montblanc dealer? Many thanks for your best advice. Peter
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It seems I have found fountain pen heaven. I need good advice: the ink suction mechanism in my Montblanc -you turn a dial and the pump is supposed to suck ink from a well does not function any longer. How do I fix this? Can I flush the suction mechanism myself or does it mean an expensive trip to a Montblanc dealer? Many thanks for your best advice. Peter

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Is your Mont Blanc a Meisterstuck model with a piston filler? If you don't want to send it to Mont Blanc for a (expensive) service, it is possible to do the job yourself but you need to buy or make a special wrench to disassemble the piston mechanism. Then you can wash out and re-grease the mechanism... but be careful, it is easy to crack the resin of the barrel.
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Hi,

We've several experts here and so I wonder if any one can identify the exact model and age this is, please?



I know nothing about it except that a colleague gave it to me when she retired as it reminded her of work and I'd spotted it under her desk (meaning on the floor) on her last day. It was probably bought in France as that was where she came from.

I had to tweak the nib alignment with a pair of pliers and it meant I could retire my scratchy Parker 51 and even scratchier Mont Blanc.

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Thanks. I've very pleased to learn that I'm not the only one making tools out of paper clips. I feel there's hope for us...

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We've several experts here and so I wonder if any one can identify the exact model and age this is, please?



I know nothing about it except that a colleague gave it to me when she retired as it reminded her of work and I'd spotted it under her desk (meaning on the floor) on her last day. It was probably bought in France as that was where she came from.

I had to tweak the nib alignment with a pair of pliers and it meant I could retire my scratchy Parker 51 and even scratchier Mont Blanc.

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That looks like a Sheaffer 330 Imperial. See these links:

http://penhabit.com/2014/08/01/pen-r...-imperial-330/

http://www.penhero.com/PenGallery/Sh...InlaidNibs.htm

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Here is something little different:

Franklin Christoph Model 40 Panther (not to be confused with the Pocket) with Tiger Red acrylic band on the cap. The nib is Mike Masuyama tuned Fine Italic. This is a single-piece early production of their new tweaked design.

Probably not everyone's cup of tea, but I am surprised how much I like writing with it.







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That looks like a Sheaffer 330 Imperial. See these links:

http://penhabit.com/2014/08/01/pen-r...-imperial-330/

http://www.penhero.com/PenGallery/Sh...InlaidNibs.htm

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Hi,

Many thanks, those links provided a fascinating read and a re-examination of the pen. I'll add that it's one of the nicest tools I've owned and I wish I'd got one a long time ago before I was wasting good money on scratchy ones.

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Will,

I will find time to do a pen and watercolor demo, as it's very easy and relaxing to do. I also have a few demos already posted on Youtube, welcome to take a look if you have a few minutes. Digital portrait, sketching a Pentax Spotmatic F, Rolleiflex and basic 2 point perspective.


Sug,

Your Franklin Christoph is gorgeous! I love its minimalist design and the fact that no one knows what it is. I started to wonder how many pens you haven't showed us?

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Kydex reinforced two piece leather pen case with integral pen rest... custom made.
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my bride is a very fine calligrapher and penman (penwoman?). she uses inexpensive pens, even fiber points and ball pens to do lovely work. she does have a couple of inexpensive japanese fountain pens (the name escapes me right now) that she uses every day at work (she is a high school guidance counselor; lots of notes). i would like to surprise her with a nicer pen, but have no idea of what to seek. by the way, she is left-handed, and somehow manages to do lovely work with standard pens. could y'all recommend a pen, say in the $50-$100 range, that uses cartridges? i don't think she wants to fill a classic pen from a bottle for a pen she carries in her purse.
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Very nice of you, Paul.

If she appreciates understated beauty of Japanese fountain pens, something like

• Pilot Custom 74
• Platinum 3776

or possibly

• Pilot Vanishing Point

would make a great daily writer/note taker. They all use cartridge (and can be used with converter if later she chooses to), and priced well within the range you mentioned. The trick is that you want to buy from Japanese (or other) source directly rather than going through the US distributors. You can by them even on Amazon (sold by 3rd party seller but fulfilled by Amazon thus same Amazon return policy) for non US distributor price.

She may like the first 2 I mentioned for the classic and classy look. For the ultimate quick note taking through out the day, I think the Vanishing Point is perfect as you can operate open/close by one hand. "Decimo" variant is skinner than the regular one and she may like that.
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Alternatively, since she does both daily note taking and more elaborate calligraphy, she may like something like Kaweco Dia 2 (or the Sport models that use "060" nib units) as you can get calligraphy nibs for very cheap and easily swap them out as the nib unit screws in and out with ease.
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thank you much, Sug. just what i was looking for. the two japanese pens she has, she ordered from japan ...
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Yes, a Meisterstuck 146 which was in storage for many years. I can't see myself doing the necessary repairs and so I'll take a deep breath and send it off to Montblanc in Germany. Best, Peter
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BTW, San Francisco International Pen Show is happening this weekend. I'm hitting there tomorrow.

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my bride is a very fine calligrapher and penman (penwoman?). she uses inexpensive pens, even fiber points and ball pens to do lovely work. she does have a couple of inexpensive japanese fountain pens (the name escapes me right now) that she uses every day at work (she is a high school guidance counselor; lots of notes). i would like to surprise her with a nicer pen, but have no idea of what to seek. by the way, she is left-handed, and somehow manages to do lovely work with standard pens. could y'all recommend a pen, say in the $50-$100 range, that uses cartridges? i don't think she wants to fill a classic pen from a bottle for a pen she carries in her purse.
I'll second the Platinum 3776 - wonderful, classic pen. Another option would be the Nemosine Singularity - a lot of colors to choose from and low maintenance (some pens have to be "nursed" on a regular basis to behave). Both have screw caps, which might be annoying if you have to uncap it a hundred times a day. Lamy Al-star or Safari are also very low maintenance - they have a more futuristic look though, and slip on cap...
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Nice photo there, Monz, as usual!

A couple of questions, first, what camera are you using for your images? Well done!

The second is the pen case. Where in the world did you find that unique case?
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Nice photo there, Monz, as usual!

A couple of questions, first, what camera are you using for your images? Well done!

The second is the pen case. Where in the world did you find that unique case?
Thanks Dave. That photo was taken with a Canon 5d mk2 + 35mm f1.4L lens. Regarding the case, it was custom made for me by a chap called Michael in UK. The design is based on the Nakaya two piece leather case but is actually an improvement because the case is reinforced with Kydex under the leather. You can find Michael if you go to FPGeeks.com or Fountainpennetwork.com and look for MY63. Michael can do all sorts of custom pen cases... he is like the Luigi of pen cases :-)
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Thanks Dave. That photo was taken with a Canon 5d mk2 + 35mm f1.4L lens. Regarding the case, it was custom made for me by a chap called Michael in UK. The design is based on the Nakaya two piece leather case but is actually an improvement because the case is reinforced with Kydex under the leather. You can find Michael if you go to FPGeeks.com or Fountainpennetwork.com and look for MY63. Michael can do all sorts of custom pen cases... he is like the Luigi of pen cases :-)
Thank you, sir! That is very kind of you to give me the links!

I am completely smitten by the Nakaya pens. You guys are all a bad inflluence! It appears I am going to have to find a part-time job...One more pen to go to match my green M3 and then I must look for matching pens for my Nikons! Yikes!

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<sigh> I would also love to get a Nakaya but the funds just aren't there. I did just order two Ranga 4c's in Eye Dropper form... Maybe I can experiment with turning one into a urushi lacquer pen since getting real urushi lacquer in Beijing is rather simple. I'll post my results or lack thereof.
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Vance, I would like to see you get a Nakaya! Only in the past few days have I realized the depth of fountain pen art and I am developing a real appreciation for the art and the artisans. I may find myself or, lose myself, in this beautiful world of functional art as I strive to improve my handwriting at the same time.
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Pelikan M400 Brown Tortoise from 1990s. A recent score at SF Pen Show. Semi-modern construction with a classic touch, and this 14k nib got a full vintage level flex and just dreamy to write with. Currently in Canada with me for work.

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