|Message||Hello from Southern California!|
I just happened to come across your website looking around the internet for my perennial favorite the UniBall Vision Elite medium point. A pen I enjoy sharing with others. Black, blue and red used here. People seem to have a distinct preference to the blue or to the black, stating that one or the other flows to paper better. I personally like them all. Additionally I also enjoy using the Stibilo Sensor medium 0.7 pens with multi-colors to choose from including black, blue, red, green, pink and purple. I tend to put a lot of downward force on a writing implement so I prefer medium points, as fine or micro points tear paper as I write. Lastly, my penmanship is not that great so I type really fast!
Cheers! And, thanks for the interesting web site into the insight of other writers.
|Message||I enjoyed visiting your site. If you haven't already, try the uni-ball Vision Elite micro; it's probably the best roller pen you could find. And since you're a fan of fine line, sample my newest toy - the Zebra F 701. It is simply the best fineline ballpoint in the history of the universe.|
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|Message||Hello I just happened upon this site and found it both very informative and highly amusing that someone would be so devoted to lead pencils. i just got my first nice one in ages after starting up a new graduate program and they are so nice for doing sheets and sheets of equations! i also do crosswords and just bought a great pencil and i love how it writes upside down rather than a pen.|
|Message||I am enjoying your site very much. Fun to read your in-depth reflections on things all of us pen lovers think about.|
I, too, picked up some of those Pilot drawing pens from JetPens, and, if you liked those, you might want to get a hold of some Staedtler Lumocolor Permanent Specials. I use them at work (optics), and have found them to be great on paper, too. They aren't made for heavy use, but they make a nice line and are just a titch different than the regular Lumocolors, and in our world, a titch is sometimes all the difference.
Best to you!
|Message||Still trying to figure out your site. I am looking for a wide pen that writes smoothly (I therefore do not usually like fine points)and doesn't drop ink clots. Nothing fancy or expensive. I am generally happy with Cross.|