Noodler’s Blue Ghost – A Fun Fountain Pen Ink!

I do quite like special and fun things, and I love most colours… until one day, I found out that there is a particular ink that is COLOURLESS. That would have to be the Noodler’s Blue Ghost, of course. Initially, I couldn’t figure out for the life of me, why anyone would want to use a colourless ink. I got a 5mL sample from a nice friend and took it home. I’ve heard that one needs to use a black…

Noodler’s Creaper flex (modded by FlexyNibs!)

Howdy, Readers! I haven’t been blogging for 2 months now – what a mess! In today’s post I’m going to introduce something pretty exciting: a very flexible nib on a modern pen! I hope this makes up for the lost time and lost pen-love on my blog! Those familiar with fountain pens may know that flexible nibs are great for writing really nice cursive calligraphic styles, such as the Copperplate style. The tines of the nib are bendy, thus the term…

Noodler’s Konrad Acrylic Forbidden City… and Friends

  Today we’ll be talking about a new pen that I’ve got last year: the Noodler’s Konrad Acrylic fountain pen. We’ve had a new dealer for Noodler’s stuff in Singapore and he’s part of our fountain pen club, so when he brought all the stock in, you can be sure that we snapped them up like hungry hyenas. I bought two of the Konrads myself, and was pleased to hear that, being so new, the ones I have chosen hadn’t…

Noodler’s Ahab Flex Nib Piston Fill Fountain Pen

In January this year, I hopped onto a mass order wagon together with my pals from SFPL, and bought a Noodler’s Ahab Flex Nib Piston Fill Fountain Pen from Goulet Pens. Phew, what a mouthful. Let’s keep things short and sweet and call it the “Ahab”. This post, however, is not going to be short and sweet. Don’t say I didn’t warn you.   Speaking of mouthfuls and sweetness, This pen looks very much like candy to me. I mean,…