leuchtturm 1917 sneak peak

Just a sneak peak of the dotted Leuchtturm 1917. Pens used: Yard-O-Led Viceroy, B nib;  Stipula Ventidue, 1.1 mm italic nib; Conway Stewart Dandy with medium italic nib. Inks: Diamine Amazing Amethyst, Noodler’s Polar Blue, Noodler’s Bad Blue Heron, Montblanc British Racing Green. More photos and a real review will follow…

I just found a great review of the Leuchtturm here at Journaling Arts blog.

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4 Responses to leuchtturm 1917 sneak peak

  1. I like the dots too – if I win the giveaway I’d like dots

  2. TAO says:

    I really like the dots. A good idea.

  3. pmorin says:

    Dandelion,
    I’m not a fan of blue, but I have to say that the more I see of Polar Blue in your blog, the more I consider actually purchasing a blue ink…..

    It looks like is has some shading in a really broad italic nib. Could I trouble you to comment on it’s shading characteristics in general, and in fine(r) nibs. (Should you have time of course).

    Or just point me to a review if you already have done one and I’ve completely missed it…..

    Thanks. The journal (and inks) look great.

    I think I am going to have to find some Amazing Amethyst.

  4. Sam says:

    Oh, I say, that looks rather nice! Very much looking forward to the full review.

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