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Now there is a headline to put the cat under the pigeons. Actually not mention cats on Nero, but. Well, you get the picture.
As a stationery blogger is one of the most common questions that come up with me, "What is the best paper?". It's right up to "What is the best fountain pen for under £ 20?" But the answer is just as complex.
In which paper is the best for you dependent, obviously enough, on what you will use the paper. If it is origami, I'm a bit dull. If you want to write on it with a pen, then it will do pretty much everything, and you do not really need my help - no value judgment, it's just no problem as such. If you want to write to you with a pencil, the trick is to go on paper with a bit texture, as the graphite depends on the abrasion to get to the page, and funny enough paper that is not known, what is not known Not famous for fountain pen the pins proves to be really wonderful for use with a pencil - take field notes or my paper brain, for example.
If you want to use a fountain pen, you first welcome the cognoscenti, but this increases a bit more challenge. They want a surface that is pretty smooth but not like glass, so it's pleasant to call the Nib, but only enough traction offers to draw some ink on the site. You want the ink absorption to be committed, so that is bleeding (to the other side of the paper) or feathering (side feeder) is minimal. You want it to be stable enough not to take you when you write it and you want it's the right color to be good with the selected ink. If we meet all these needs at the same time, it is as pretty big questions.
There is still a long list of candidates, and with pioneers like ink that work hard to find a recycled well-friendly paper to add the collection, it is a list that could soon grow longer. However, a completely encyclopedic article would be a ridiculous read, so I will tell for the purposes of the brevity of three papers, which appear regularly on or near the top of the papyrus hit parade.
In the number three comes in, it probably has to be Tomoe River. Golly, gets it a lot of attention. The cult status may not be completely deserved because its darkness is at least partially from the relatively limited availability of this Japanese paper. However, it makes a good job to bring out the gloss of many fountain pen colors, and it can also be quite pleasant to call. The main official is that it comes into a few weights, and they behave very differently. The lighter Tomoe is only about 52GSM and that's really too thin for everything apart by origami; The letter to him leads to wrinkles, and it is not very satisfying experience. The sloppy heavier stuff (about 68gsm) occurs better, while still impressively lightweight. This low weight gives well to travel journals, although the longer drying times mean that Rapid authors may not be careful. It is not always the absolutely best possible value for money - not if you can get your hands in the next two options at least in your hands.
The second paper that jumps into the meaning is one that Nero is currently not stored, sad, but one day when the manufacturer gives the right kind of product that is done. Of course I refer to the United Kingdom's own contribution, the amazing optics paper. This is even in supermarkets as spiral-bonded notebooks and "Oxford" A4 refill pads, but also in the better known black'n'red notebooks. I use one of the latter to write a diary for a few decades, and it is handled any kind of Nib and ink I can turn. It's smooth, it behaves, and if you can get it in the actually desired format, it is also a great value.The owner of the brand was recently flirted with a "right" pocket notebook, but not obliged, and the product has been withdrawn since then, which is a pity - but hey, maybe one day.
When my favorite paper supports optics for the first place with the magnificent French stuff known as Clairefontaine or Rhodia. Yes, I said or . It is really the same, from the same mill, and the twin brands align only slightly different markets. Rhodia tries to seduce a younger customer base, and those who are excited about the design while Clairefontaine aims at the connoisseur. Rhodia sometimes flirts with lower weights such as 85gsm, and Clairefontaine is sometimes leaning towards 100gsm, but for the most part of his 90GSM until today. Some of the Rhodia-Heritage books prepared (I suspect) for the US market, even on the back Who you are made of Clairefontaine paper! But my advice is not too much to worry about the countless sub-marks, and just enjoy the stuff. It feels adorable to write down, it seems to be able to handle just around each fountain pen. The results look good, and it does not cost any assets. Problem solved.