I saw in comments online where some guy talked about extending the life of his Staedtler Mars Graphic Duo 2000 brush pen ("The brush pen with more names than any other") by removing the plain tip with a pliers and somehow switching the ink supplies. He gave no details so I wasn't sure how that would work. But I pulled of the plain tip end (the pens have a plain tip on one end and a brush tip on the other) with pliers and, indeed, it had a little foam ink supply, fat and juicy with ink.
brush tip end pulled off easily as well, and it was bone dry of course
since that's mainly all I use. It's a simple matter then to switch the
foam stick things. And re-insert the tips. It worked brilliantly, the
brush tip was instantly back in fine fettle. What a boon this will be to
humanity (or at least cartoonists.)
ps. Chris Garrison put me onto these
great pens. Thanks Chris!
Monday, October 28, 2013
Tuesday, October 22, 2013
Here's yet another new addition to the roles, folks. Welcome, Marye Rimmer!
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