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I've been looking for...
, October 15, 2012
I've been looking for a nib to replace the Hunt 102 crowquill, which has
degraded in quality to the point of uselessness. The Tachikawa T-77 is not only
a good replacement, it's a step up. I use a flexible nib (Hunt 108) for my "big"
lines, but the T-77 is perfect for finer lines, especially because it has a VERY
controlled bounce. Very strong nib, very impressed, and it's increased my
enjoyment of inking tenfold.
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ok product. because its...
, January 25, 2011
ok product. because its soft it can make some uncontrolled lines unless you are
just skimming the page. but it still makes the thin lines you need, plus 2 for a
total of 4 nibs is cheaper and better than the thank master version.
| I love these so much!!!!
, October 10, 2013
I love these so much!!!!
I can get very very fine lines, and very thick lines all while having perfect
control! They also seem very sturdy, I tend to scratch the paper a lot, and
unlike some other nibs i ave, none have broken!
| I have the tank master,...
, September 14, 2013
I have the tank master, the soft pack and the regular maru nibs. These are
bigger but they are more flexible for sure then the other maru type. Both can
create nice thin lines, it's just the other one requires more pressure to get
the ink flowing. The tank master looks exactly like the other version except it
has a small reservoir.
| Nibs that I got were...
, May 9, 2013
Nibs that I got were chrome but the ones listed are copper, I don't know, label
on the nibs package seemed to be correct but they were just larger versions of
the hard nib, really not that flexible at all.
Problem with chrome crow quill nibs is that they don't flex like a 102 and will
just pierce the paper, really don't like these nibs.