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    Default Re: Calligraphy fountain pen with wide nib for written work?

    @Yazeh , I agree completely . The tools give more opportunity to tune up your skill to a next level.
    After using an oblique holder many gave up using the Non oblique straight holder.
    And then many gave up the classic oblique Holder after using the ERGONOMIC OBLIQUE HOLDER. ( I have one custom made to my hand, but I am still looking for a better one )
    That is how it about holders. amazingly your writing style improves and it is like working with paint brush. But all this is if you are aiming some high skills in writing ( drawing you say in ) calligraphy.
    I am using Rodia ,Oxford Campus refill, and Fabriano 80gsm. ( easy to find ) paper pads, and fountain pen inks for practicing.
    Most of the other low quality for pencil drillings only. I am just into Spencerian writing not to a big calligrapher but I am aiming for a goal.

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    Default Re: Calligraphy fountain pen with wide nib for written work?

    Thanks Cyril, much appreciated

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    Default Re: Calligraphy fountain pen with wide nib for written work?

    One of my favourite Simple pen to do simple calligraphy writing.
    Sheaffer No-Nonsense Calligraphy pen. With broad Italic nib.
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