The Nib Section

62 - Draw It Your Way

March 6, 2020

More and more people are using fountain pens not just to write with, but to draw and make art! Diana speaks to Teoh (Parkablogs) and Jaspreet (Jazzorilla) about what makes fountain pens such a flexible and personalisable tool for art-making. 

 

This episode features Diana (@thegrynne) with special guests Teoh Yi Chie (@parkablogs) and Jaspreet Singh (@jazzorilla). 

 

 

FORMAT 

 

01:09—Interview: Teoh Yi Chie 

 

Parkablogs 

Parkablogs on Youtube 

@parkablogs 

Artist Review: Pelikan M200 (Fine Nib) Fountain Pen - Parkablogs 

Review: SketchINK by Rohrer & Klingner - Parkablogs 

Episode 16: Paint With All the Colours of the Wind 

Review: Platinum Carbon Ink - Parkablogs 

Comparison of Fude nib fountain pens for drawing - Parkablogs 

Indigraph - The fountain pen that uses India ink - Parkablogs 

Review: Duke 209 Calligraphy Fountain Pen with Fude Nib - Parkablogs 

Review: Sailor Cross Emperor Nib Fountain Pen  - Parkablogs 

Limited Palette - Parkablogs 

Urban Sketchers Singapore Facebook Group 

Episode 61 - Ocean of Ink 

 

30:56—Interview: Jaspreet Singh 

 

@jazzorilla 

@thenibstudio 

Galen Leather 

Elia Note 

Urban Sketchers Delhi Facebook Group (@urbansketchersdelhi

Ode to the Franklin-Christoph Needlepoint Nib - The Pentastic 

The 100 Heads Challenge - Confessions of an Art Addict 

@leighreyes 

@potterandpens 

Opus 88 - The Desk Bandit 

Regalia Writing Labs (@reachingralph

Fountain Pen Association of India 

The India Pen Show 

Airmail Pen Co. 

Ranga Pens 

ASA Pens 

Lotus Pens 

Kanwrite 

Urushi Studio India 

Fosfor Pens (@fosforpens

 

1:39:01—Thanks and Credits 

 

Producers: Diana Dai. 

Recording and editing: Diana Dai. 

Special guests: Teoh Yi Chie, Jaspreet Singh. 

Music: Michael Pearce. 

Logo: Will H. Smith. 

Logo artwork: Melissa Graf.