Weekly Challenge #158: “Duotangle: Diva Dance + Crescent Moon”

Was looking for some inspiration for doodling and came across Laura Harms’ website on Zentangle. She’s a certified Zentangle teacher who gives a weekly challenge, so I thought to give it a try. I’ve never taken a class, but I find the pattern creation relaxing. 

Doodling with a Sailor Saibi-Togi Nib

The main difference between a 0.1mm tech pen and a Sailor Saibi Togi is the consistency of line width. A tech pen will give you the same line consistently. With a Saibi-Togi nib, a change in angle, pressure, or nib direction changes the line. Did 

Doodling with Tech Pens

Even when I use fountain pens most of the time, I sometimes use tech pens. I like being able to use drawing ink for sketching as it’s more permanent than many fountain pen inks. I used to own Faber Castell tech pens in high school, but 

Kissing Kawecos

The Kawecos’ have pictures together, nib to nib.

A New Pen Acquisition: Kaweco AL Sport

We went to the Fountain Pen Network – Philippines Mini Meet at Katchitora, SM Megamall Atrium, where Candice showed me her raw aluminum fine nib Kaweco AL Sport. I got hooked. I wanted one of my own. After lunch, we headed to Scribe Writing Essentials, 

Fountain Pen Rotation

The fountain pens I’m using this week: • Bexley’s limited edition for 5th anniversary of Fountain Pen Network-Philippines, broad nib • Pilot Vanishing Point, medium nib • Sailor Saporo Slim, Saibi Togi nib • Pilot Custom 742, FA nib

Preparing Bullet Journal for February 2014

Earlier this year, I decided to try the Bullet Journal system to see if it would suit my needs. So far, I’m finding it much easier to use than a pre-formatted paper planner. It is better for my tasks, thoughts, and notes. Having something physical 

Sailor Saibi Togi

My current favorite pen in my rotation is a Sailor Professional Gear Sapporo Slim in pearl red with silver accents with a Saibi Togi nib. It writes with a super fine line. Though if needed, you can flip it over and get a fine-medium line