Copic Multiliner SP drawing pen capped

Copic Multiliner SP drawing pen review

The Copic Multiliner SP is my favourite drawing pen. It’s also pretty good for writing with. Copic make disposable Multiliners and refillable Multiliner SPs. The SPs have aluminium barrels that are a pleasure to hold and use. They are light but feel well constructed, making them perfect for extended periods[…]

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Pelikan M215 fountain pen nib

Pelikan M215 fountain pen review

The Pelikan M215 is an amazing pen. It is virtually faultless. It is a piston-filling pen that holds a good amount of ink. The piston mechanism is smooth and has the feel of precision engineering. There is not wiggle or wobble and it glides in the most luxurious way. There[…]

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Kokuyo NeoCritz Transformer pencil case ready to go

Kokuyo NeoCritz Transformer pencil case review

When I first saw the name of this I got entirely the wrong idea about what Transformer meant. I had visions of robots and terrible sequels and never being able to get the toys back the way they were. Fortunately I eventually worked out that these were something different. The[…]

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Koh-I-Noor Toison D'Or Clutch Pencil 2mm 5900 sketch

Koh-I-Noor Toison D’Or Clutch Pencil 2mm 5900 review and a sketch

This is the catchily named Koh-I-Noor Toison D’Or Clutch Pencil 2mm 5900. Toison D’Or means Golden Fleece and that means that this is a posh pencil (at a very reasonable price). Toison D’Or is French; Koh-I-Noor is Persian(?) for Mountain of Light (it’s a diamond) and the company is Czech.[…]

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