Sunday Notes and Links

Franklin-Christoph Model 20 medium nib with Noodler's King Philip RequeimThis week’s favorite fountain pen and ink combination was my Franklin-Christoph Model 20 in Tiger Red acrylic with Noodler’s King Philip Requiem. I just love the color of both the pen and the ink. It’s a standout among the pens I have inked, which is why I wrote it dry this week.

Some links of interest…

How to use a planner: a guide for new users – Quo Vadis Blog // It’s planner season. Some good ideas in this article if you’re considering a paper planner.

Field Trip: Post Humus Winkel Amsterdam – Gourmet Pens // Looks like a cool shop.

Review: Sailor Pro Gear Imperial Black – Alt.Haven // This reminds me, I have to ink mine up.

Why Does All This Matter: A manifesto of sorts. – The Well-Appointed Desk // A manifesto I can get behind.

Clairefontaine Pocket Notebook Review – The Pen Haul // I didn’t realize Clairefontaine paper was available in a pocket notebook. If I didn’t already have a box full of pocket notebooks I’d be trying these out.

Fountain Pen Stories – Oct 2015 – On Fountain Pens // A regular series worth reading. along with an alert about stolen pens: STOLEN NAMIKI PENS – PLEASE HELP

Sailor Pro Gear Piccadilly Nights Fountain Pen Review – Hey there! SBREBrown // Video review

First Look: The Gist By Tactile Turn — The Pen Addict // Not based on long term usage (for good reason), but a good overview of a hot Kickstarter fountain pen.

FOUNTAIN PEN REVIEW: Jinhao 159 – Pentulant // A nice inexpensive fountain pen

Pelikan M205 Amethyst — Informal Scribble

TWSBI ECO FOUNTAIN PEN REVIEW – The Pencilcase Blog

10 months in with the Hobonichi Techo – final thoughts – The Finer Point // I used a Techno last year, although it went unused for s stretch in June and July. I keep changing how use it, yet I bought another for 2016.

Namiki Custom Impressions Fountain Pen Review – THE UNROYAL WARRANT // Beautiful pens

Visconti Rembrandt – Calligraphy Nut

Check out all of this week’s links at Fountain Pen Links. If you’re looking for information about a specific pen or ink be sure to visit Pennquod.

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