Tag: platinum

Platinum Fude Brush Pen Review

22 March 2016 By ian

I’ve been enjoying dipping my toes into the world of refillable brush pens. I’m a long way from ever being able to use them to write with but they’re so much fun for drawing. You can get lovely little sketches done in just a few moments. It was therefore either a happy coincidence or a […]

Platinum PTL-5000 Fountain Pen Review

11 January 2016 By ian

Gold nibs are hard to find for less than £50 and usually cost an awful lot more, so a whole pen for less than that, featuring a gold nib, is going to be either something rather special or a golden turkey. Thank you to Cult Pens for sending me this pen to review. These are […]

Platinum Plaisir Fountain Pen Review

30 November 2015 By ian

Platinum make some very beautiful and very expensive pens and some very ugly and very cheap pens. The Plaisir is an attempt to make a pen that’s relatively cheap yet not ugly. Thank you to Cult Pens for sending me this pen in exchange for an honest review. These are my own opinions. Price: £9.45 […]

Platinum Carbon Pen – Sketch and Review

30 October 2015 By ian

The Platinum Carbon Pen is a bit of a legend amongst artists, being recommended by, for example, one of my personal artistic heroes Marc Taro Holmes. Therefore I’m doing something a little different with this review and looking at this pen is for sketching. If you’re wanting to know what it’s like to write with […]