This Week’s Ink – January 13, 2013

If the pens pictures below look a lot like the ones from last week, there’s a good reason. I’ve got the same pens inked up as I did back then. The only change was new ink in the Sailor Pro Gear as I give another black ink a try.

The Sailor pro Gear was also the most used pen of the past week as I’m hoping to get a review out in a week or so.

The Edison Nouveau has been skipping a bit. Not a lot, but my other Edisons are so well behaved it’s noticeable on this one. To be fair I haven’t used it a lot and only with the one ink.

So let’s get to the pens…

Photo 1 of 2 showing pens inked this week

Links are to my review if there is one, otherwise the latest post about the pen or ink.

Sailor Pro Gear Imperial Black (Fine) – J. Herbin Perle Noir // Franklin-Christoph Model 66 Stabilis (X-Fine) – Rohrer & Klingner Blau-Schwarz // Faber-Castell E-Motion Rhombus White (Medium) – Pilot Iroshizuku Tsuyu-kusa // Sailor 1911 Burgundy (Medium) – Lierre Sauvage // Platinum 3776 Century Bourgogne (Fine) – Platinum brown cartridge // Platinum 3776 Century Chartres Blue (Ex. Fine) – Aurora Black // Edison Nouveau Encore LE Flecked Tortoise (Fine) – Diamine Ancient Copper

Then there’s:

Photo 2 of 2 showing pens inked this week

Gate City New Postal (Fine) – Pelikan Brilliant Black // Waterman Edson Blue (Fine) – Waterman Florida Blue // Stipula Model TNoodler’s Apache Sunset // Franklin-Christoph Model 19 “1901” (Broad Italic) – Waterman Florida Blue // Pilot Vanishing Point Gunmetal/Matte Black (Needlepoint XXXF) – Rohrer & Klingner Morinda

Writing samples are below, click any image to open them in the gallery.

Not much else to say, that’s the pen and ink for the week ahead, although the Sailor Pro Gear will get the most use.

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