Why: The nib's curves and flats induce me to do unexpected things.
☛ How you can make a folded pen, from Scriptorium (both this and the following document are translated from the original French, so are little bit garbled)
☛ How do you use a folded pen, also from Scriptorium and showing the "shivering" line.
☛ The Way of the Folded Pen, from Leigh Reyes
☛ A Folded Pen Video, from Leigh Reyes (drawing with the Folded Pen)
☛ I made a folded pen . . . , from Stephanie at Biffybeans
☛ The written word is a beautiful thing.... includes templates for the pen blade and a note on appropriate ink, from
☛ How to Make a Pop Can Pen from Diane Hutt
☛ Aluminum Can Folded Pen, clear and concise, from DocStoc.
☛ An example of the line quality you can get with the Ruling Writer pen.
☛ A short essay on one of the calligrapher artists that favored the pen: Gottfried Pott – A Look into the World of Calligraphy
More folded/ruling pen videos, these showing lettering:
☛ in me, by Letterarte
☛ thank.yOu_1, by Letterarte
☛ Folded Pen, by Beach House (sound track warning! --> YUCK! mute the sound!!)
Buy:Either the traditional N22 or the more basic N30, both from John Neal can get you where you want to go. The designs are different, but the underlying ink-delivery concept is the same. The Horizon Folded Nib from PaperInkArts works well too. Their Ruling Writer is equivalent to John Neal's N22.
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