New pen, the Peacock Himalayan with an
Ultra Flex nib, from Fountain Pen Revolution.
I inked it up with Robert Oster Blue Sea ink, but when I went to sketch the beautiful pen,
I used both Robert Oster Torquay ink and Blue sea to capture the colors.
RO’s bottle is a bit squatty body from the real size…
A note about Robert Oster’s plastic bottles:
Made from recycled plastic, in an effort to clean up the environment.
Okay, nice quote… and yet I am thinking that he is writing
from the position of a privileged white New Englander…
I don’t think you can just do this when serious trouble is walking in your door….
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