Bexley’s Poseidon Magnum II in Bronze Sands is the right kind of chunky.
There are as many kinds of beauty and utility as there are beholders and users. Beyond the object, there is also an appreciation of its history and its maker. The easiest things to use are not necessarily the easiest to make. A simple finish belies the complexity of the process, and we appreciate the beauty in its simplicity all the more.
Waterbrushes – brushes whose handles hold water – have made it possible for travelers and commuters to sketch and wash on the go with hardly any mess or fuss. Fountain pen doodlers will find that a waterbrush or two in the bag can extend their enjoyment, adding wash to their line work. Most fountain pen inks, unless otherwise asserted, are watersoluble and lift easily from the paper.
Omas is known for its Arco celluloid. Here are two examples: a Paragon reissue, and a smaller Dama.