I cannot really comment because I havent used a music nib for everyday writing but if you print you can probably get away with it.
The only cautionary note I would say is I have seen some music nibs at 1.9mm which seems too wide.
'My cursive sucks because I never use it but I’m working on it. I’m a doctor and will not apologize for my stereotypical chicken scratch.'
My Hungarian PA used to call my cursive 'Doctors Writing', she struggled to read it!
Very attractive color and surface on the Lamy, nice one.
Not the most straightforward question. I am using two pens at the moment, same ink in each. One pen leaves wet ink on the page for about 10 seconds, the other is dry within 1 second, same paper and same nib width.
Certain brands are known to produce a wetter flow of ink, Pilot, Monteverde and...
I have a bad habit of 'using up'.
If I start a product, or a packet of blades, I finish that product before I start something new, even though I have something better waiting to be used. Its the way I was brought up and its difficult to shake off.
Same thing applies to all other things...
Thats a handsome pen, and the ink is a good match.
The stub suits the printing style of your handwriting, good choice.
You may want to experiment to get the most of your nib by ensuring that the nib is at 45 degrees to the page and in line with the page, so that the oo of the nib point is...
It sounds like you had a wonderful trip, the great thing about London is that you can just walk around and watch the world go by, never a dull moment.
Glad you mastered the tube, its the best way of getting around, at least compared to taxis and the cars, or should that be supercars. A large...
The good thing is that they are not very expensive, if you buy a stub and dont like it then it is not a huge loss. I am not a fan because I rotate the pen to the left which means that a stub cannot do its job very well and tends to dig in to the page, I improved it by rounding off the corners...
There is a recess in the Eco feed where the Twsbi nib must sit, I didnt know this, pushed the nib and feed home and cracked the section. Although previous to this I had fitted a vintage gold nib, no problems.
I have two Ecos a white and a green, a stub and a medium, the stub took quite a lot...
Thats a very good looking Parker Doug, the nodel name just escapes me for the moment!
A Little story. In 1951 my father went to a very large trade show in London, it was called the Festival of Britain and the idea was to showcase to the world that Britain was manufacturing again and here are...
I just use an old coffee tin with a slit cut into the plastic top, I might be thinking about something more secure if there were childrfen in the house. Most of my blades came in a plastic holder which have a back slot for used blades however
I see something different, even though I am on amazon.com
First offer is .90 from a UK seller, Livehealthbeauty with poor feedback history
Second offer is a 2 pack at 9.99
Third offer is a 6 pack at 9.99 which I think is about 1.70 a stick
Today I bought 6 for £4.50 which is about $6...
Shaved this morning with Bulldog shaving gel, first time use, and have sneezed constantly since then.
Ingredients are Aqua (Water), Aloe barbadensis leaf juice, Cocamidopropyl betaine, Glycerin, Coco-glucoside, Acrylates/C10-30 alkyl acrylate crosspolymer, Phenoxyethanol, Sodium chloride...
Hello and welcome Laura.
I am also new to shaving with a safety razor after years with cartridge Mach3, it is a much better shaving experience, there is a strong connection between taking your time in using a fountain pen and a good razor.
Enjoy your time here in learning from the wealth of...
Started DE shaving about a week ago
Blades: 100 good mixture
Razors:GE Tech, Wilkinson Classic, Wilkinson, Parker 96R
Brushes: Two, an old Boots brush and a new Badger brush
After Shaves: None, just use cocoa butter
Creams: 4, havent used them yet
Gel: Bulldog, KOS, couple of aerosols...