They like hanging out together.
Even if they’re not doing much.
One is an easygoing Menlo.
Shocks of blue enliven the mix of grays. This celluloid is subtle, yet striking.
It carries its name well.
The other is a Beaumont. Though smaller, it’s no less striking. It has a slimmer profile and wears a black section and blind cap.
Their shapes differ, but they sport the same nibs: extra fine with added flex by Richard Binder.
Both are responsive writers, with a good level of flow.
These pens don’t just write and draw stories, they’re part of an ongoing story. (It’s a really good story, promise.) The rest of it is here.