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I’ve been trying different...
December 27, 2011
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I’ve been trying different nibs for drawing purposes and this one dose a nice job. It’s got a good range of line widths and can do a pretty fine line for such a flexible nib. I mostly use Zebra G nibs and this one feels a bit more flexible so the line quality may be a bit tough to keep consistent at first vs. a more rigid nib but it works really well if you get used to it.
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I absolutely love this...
December 3, 2010
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I absolutely love this nib and use it daily to address envelopes and do lettering. It's very flexible, so if you have a heavy hand it might not be the nib for you.... it's like night and day between this one and the Nikko G nib. That one is so stiff.
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An agile little nib that...
January 25, 2013
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An agile little nib that puts down a great range of expressive linework and fine detail, surprisingly ink-conservative (even with wide lines). It's tiny, and easily fits in a small inkwell or bottle cap for refills.
It also fits the same handle (Tachikawa T-25) as the Zebra G and Brause "Blue Pumpkin". A great complement for both or either too, as an in-between to the Zebra's extra-fine abilities and the Pumpkin's more consistent, broad lines.
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Very friendly dip nib...
August 28, 2010
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Very friendly dip nib for a first-time user. Started without a hitch in Higgins india ink, amazing flex for line width variability. I am super happy with this nib, and eyeing the blue pumpkin steno with my next purchase!
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It's a bit smaller than...
September 14, 2013
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It's a bit smaller than you might expect but it has a lot of flexibility and line variation. Fit's nicely in most pen holders and is one of my favorites to use for calligraphy. Worth the price for sure!
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My favorite nib. I've...
December 18, 2014
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My favorite nib. I've tried all the Gs, maru, speedball etc but nibs from Brause are the best.
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This tiny, tiny nib is...
July 22, 2014
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This tiny, tiny nib is a powerhouse! It really does hold quite a bit of ink, likely because the lines it puts down when not flexed are so thin. Just writing, I felt like I was writing for quite a long time between dippings. It has a fairly good amount of flex for line variation, but I found my nib to be a bit scratchy. I'm sure it will smooth out in time, but I've been favoring the Blue Pumpkin nib over this one.

Still, I was pleasantly surprised by this one.
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This is a very small,...
January 30, 2015
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This is a very small, crow-quill size of drawing point. However, it's very flexible- therefore not so scratchy- and more tractable on rougher surfaces and watercolor papers. A uniquely versatile, fine-line drawing nib. Fits in a regular dip-pen holder, in spite of its small size.
Nice lines....
December 22, 2014
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Nice lines.
Although it takes some...
December 2, 2014
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Although it takes some getting use to, this nib is quality and produces some great lines.
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