Because a folded pen isn’t part of the usual arsenal, I thought it deserved its own demo video.
The music is 10 Mile Stereo from Beach House’s Teen Dream.
I promise I will doodle something uplifting and cute with this pen one day. What it inspires is usually dark and alien.
Or Japanese-ish. I have no idea what is happening here, except that there is a dog. Red accents are water-soluble pencil.
This is an alien Zen garden. Noodler’s Eel Black is decently waterproof. I added watercolor touches after a few minutes.
The Cocktail Party of Good Intentions, with a koi painting on the wall.
Pen and Ink Warriors. The red splatters are Noodler’s Samsui Red.
This one is the result of too many morning meetings. “You see that rickety bridge that leads to the mouth of Hell?” “Yup.” “Wanna go for a walk?” “Sure.”
The ink is Platinum Carbon black. The blood red is Noodler’s Antietam, shading out to Pilot yu-yake.
(Note: Platinum Carbon ink sticks to metal like anything. I wouldn’t use it in a fountain pen. Dip pens, yes.)