Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012

Rhodia Pad and Micron Pen

Stephanie

I am a fan of Sakura Pigma Micron pens for drawing and writing. The ink is permanent and they come in a variety of colors and nib widths. I typically buy the .05 and .08 pens with black ink but I know I also have red, purple, and blue pens around here somewhere… 

The Pigma® Micron ink pens feature:

Archival quality ink for use in acid-free environments
Chemically stable, waterproof, and fade resistant
No smears, feathers, or bleed-through on most papers

Image courtesy of Tracy Ruggles. Follow tracyshaun on Instagram.

4 thoughts on “Rhodia Pad and Micron Pen

  1. I like them too, but they really bleed on Field Notes. My preference is Pilot’s Hi-Tec-C (same as Pilot’s G-Tec-C), which doesn’t bleed on anything and comes in many widths, including as small as .28! The finer widths are a great substitute for my always-recalcitrant Rapidograph technical pens.

  2. I like them too, but they really bleed on Field Notes. My preference is Pilot’s Hi-Tec-C (same as Pilot’s G-Tec-C), which doesn’t bleed on anything and comes in many widths, including as small as .28! The finer widths are a great substitute for my always-recalcitrant Rapidograph technical pens.

  3. Their burgundy is especially nice to write with at this time of year. It’s one of my favorite burgundy inks (and Sakura’s other line, the Gelly Roll, has a nice burgundy, too).

  4. Their burgundy is especially nice to write with at this time of year. It’s one of my favorite burgundy inks (and Sakura’s other line, the Gelly Roll, has a nice burgundy, too).

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