…nib — Richard Binder .5mm “cursive” italic — laying down some Sailor Kiwa Guro nano-carbon black on Kunst & Papier journal (“sketchbook”). Also doodling on a Japanese Combine notebook. In classic “Engrish” it describes itself as “The note book having horizontal ruled line and being able to fold up is the best for arranging sentences.” Can’t argue with that!

The Binder nib was specified as a cursive italic but it is the sharpest cursive italic of the dozen or so I’ve gotten from Mr. Binder. I’m pretty sure this fell into the wrong bin and is a sharp italic. It is very difficult to write with and I almost returned it. Instead I thought I’d challenge myself and learn how to handle the thing properly. As you can see, still learning…