Pen: Platinum Natural Weasel Hair Brush Pen
Ink: Platinum Black
Paper: Rhodia No. 16 Grid
I've posted a fair number of "Chinese Cacography" posts now. They all feature the Platinum brush pen. I was fascinated that they made brush pens that used ink cartridges. I picked one up as I thought it would be a fun way to extend the use of fountain pen ink.
Trying out brush pen. Need to write differently. Not used to it. How to write. Well, I like the variation in the brush.
Chinese brush painting.
The brush pen is not something I find easy for writing English text. I find it slow to print or write in cursive. However, I do enjoy using it to write Chinese. However, I don't know how to do Chinese calligraphy as that is a separate art on its own that I have not explored.
I've long finished the Platinum black ink cartridges that came with the pen. I washed out the cartridges and refill them with other fountain pen inks. It's been fun to experiment with something other than black.