July 13, 2014
I converted this guy into an eyedropper and put my own ink in (Private Reserve
Avocado, by the way, which I don't recommend with regular fountain pens, as I've
had clogging issues). The combo seems to be a match made in heaven! The ink
wicked right down into the brush nib and I was able to use it with full softness
of the nib within five minutes.
When I used the ink cartridge that came with my black Pilot Petit Fude, it took
forever to get the ink to wick down into the brush, and it remained stiff for
quite awhile, a couple days if I recall correctly.
These are great writers as well as sketching tools, and you can get some
interesting effects when you use a waterbrush or regular wetted brush with them.
And despite being small, posting the cap gives the Pilot Petits a good length to
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