Putting thoughts into paper had always been a part of our lives made even more prominent by the profession that we both are involved in. Having instruments that allow for accomplishing this seemingly menial and everyday task provide a necessary boost in confidence and pride making every line more dignified and brimming with conviction.
Seen below, the Lamy Vista with its transparent housing:
In a very short span, this set, that started with a single mint colored, broad-tipped tool, has now grown into a mini-collection of ours to wit:
Tested forthwith and joined by a green ink-laced zero-point-three technical pen from our college days in a display of ink flow and control:
Each of these pens have stories of their own, and we’ll probably get to share that with you as well as the material that the inks are flowing upon because paper, of course, has its very own characteristics as well and there is a cornucopia* of options, believe you me.
*Cornucopia used here as reference to the currently airing series called “The Librarians” which we’ve taken quite a liking to. Highly suggested though requires a bit of concentration as the dialogue can be quite fast and literally coming from all angles.
Expect more from these pens as our knowledge and use of these become more prevalent; between the italic nib to the finest lines that come out of the technical one/s, there are certainly more than enough variation for the inscription of ideas.