Cleaning your felt-tip pen
Unscrew the barrel from the tip section.Rinse the tip by filling and emptying it with water (repeat this until the water is clear). Caution: Ink residue will flow out.
If the pen uses a cartridge/converter, place the tip section into a beaker or other container of clean water and let it soak overnight
The water level should completely cover the tip.
Be sure to use room temperature water. Distilled water will work best (tap water sometimes contains particles which may clog the feed). Never use alcohol, as it will damage the feed or other parts of the pen.
Let the tip soak for 10 to 15 minutes, then blot dry with a paper towel. Soak the tip overnight if necessary. Wash your pen every few weeks or whenever changing ink colors.
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Yookers Metis black grid with 4 tip sizes and Yooth 549 Ocean Blue and converter.
No matter what nib size you are going to choose, the super fluid writing, will give you the sensation of a caress on the paper
Peu importe le diamètre de pointe que vous choisirez, la fluidité d’écriture vous donnera la sensation d’une caresse sur le papier
Frank Margerin is drawing with a Metis refillable felt pen.
When he was writing Samuel Beckett could switch from English to French and the other way round. with Yookers he could have switched colors as easily.
Some critics consider the doubled nature of Beckett’s oeuvre its distinguishing quality. Certainly, Beckett’s eccentric writing practice makes his bilingual corpus unique in the history of literature.
He wasn’t just playing around with language when he switched to French; the change marks neither an indulgence in the sport of interlingual word play, nor the disciplined resolve of a man fashioning himself a sort of writing exercise. Rather, the move from English to French was motivated by a fundamental necessity. It is as if Beckett required French for his very survival as a writer. Given the caliber of his early (English) work, it does not seem unreasonable, after all, to suggest that his status as literary genius is closely linked to his adoption of the French language.
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