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    #61
    Lani--my four year old daughter saw your picture and asked if we could go to your house to draw with you since you have "magic rainbow pens!"

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      #62
      Mont Blanc Starwalker. Don't use anything else.

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        #63
        +1 for Rotring mechanical drafting pencils... I recommend and use the Rotring 800. It'll last a lifetime and looks good too!

        As for pens, I have a bunch of titanium pens mostly from crowdfunded sources... some from Prometheus WRITES - Prometheus Writes and some from https://www.kickstarter.com/projects...itanium-strong and one from Pens | Fellhoelter Knives. They are all unique in some way shape or form but what I like about them is that they are mostly compatible with a lot of different pen refills. Right now my preference for pen refills are mont blanc in pacific blue fineliner or ballpoint.

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          #64
          I too love fountain pens. For a daily user at work, I use my Pilot Vanishing Point (Black Carbonesque - Medium Nib)


          For weekend pocket carry and travel, I love my new little Kaweco Liliput (Fine Nib)



          Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

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            #65
            Ooh, pen porn *lol*

            I have a small but beloved collection of fountain pens - we had to use them for homework, but somehow I fell in love with them anyway
            Collections:
            Work EDC: SE + S19
            Leisure: SCBs, FJN, Swift, lots of YSSs
            Travel: WF + Pilot or SA, with SE/SCB
            General organisation: More pouches, stuff sacks and cubes than you can shake a keystrap at!
            Favourite TB colours: aubergine, forest (sniff!), linen, wasabi, UV
            Hoping for: A new dyneema colour for YSSs; a Linen Side Effect; the return of Portable Culture!

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              #66
              This article is a little old, just got around to reading it in my reader. Thought you all would enjoy it though

              http://tmagazine.blogs.nytimes.com/2...mid=tw-nytimes

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