Justin young
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Quill pens

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ian MacManus Nov 6, 2012. 1 Reply

I am 16 but yet i am interested in straight razor shaving quill pens and the sort does any body know how to use a quill pen i think it would be cool to learn like my great-great- grandpa

Quill pens

Started this discussion. Last reply by Robecru Nov 9, 2012. 1 Reply

Ive always wanted to learn how to write with a quill pen anybody know how to write with a quill pen. I think its really cool to write with something that our great grandpas used and his father before…Continue

 

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Robecru replied to Justin young's discussion Quill pens
"The quill is just the tool.  You have to know the forms of writing first before you can really use one.  That's calligraphy.  There are many types of calligraphy, not all of them are flowery.  Just look at the constitution…"
Nov 9, 2012
Ian MacManus replied to Justin young's discussion Quill pens
"Go to your local craft store and get a calligraphy kit.  It will come with several nibs that you can try as dip pens before you jump into the deep end of making and using quills."
Nov 6, 2012
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"This guy hit they nail on the head"
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