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Links to Art Supply Sources On-Line

 

Guideline Generator for Calligraphy http://josselincuette.com/ductus/

 An easy to use guideline generator. Just measure you pen nib in millimeters and the site will generate guidelines for you that have pen angle and whatever x-height you input.

JET PENS  www.jetpens.com

They have the Zig Pens. I like Kuretake Zig Letter Pen CocoIro and use the Kuretake Zig Letter Pen CocoIro Pen Refill - Super Fine - Black: http://www.jetpens.com/Kuretake-Zig-Letter-Pen-CocoIro-Pen-Refill-Super-Fine-Black/pd/6050. Sadly these pens are not waterproof. Let me know if you find a source for a waterproof version of this pen as the nib is very flexible.

 

CULT PENS - www.cultpens.com

I like the Grip 2001 Pencil Eraser-Tip

Faber-Castell Grip 2001 Pencil with rubber tip.

http://www.cultpens.com/acatalog/Faber-Castell-Grip-Pens-Pencils.html

 

PAPER INK ARTS - www.paperinkarts.com

Excellent calligraphy pens, inks and papers

 

RIO GRANDE - www.riogrande.com

Adhesive-Backed Imperial PSA Micro-Finishing Film Set

 

TALAS - www.talasonline.com

Established in 1962 by Elaine and Herbert Haas,

Talas became the first company in the US to serve

the museum and library community with

hand bookbinding and conservation supplies.

Recommendations from students:

Espresso Coffee Tamper: Suitable to make grinder for pigments (Recommended by Jackie Olson):

"It was a recommendation on the web from someone making their own gesso. At $19, this one costs less than half of the usual muller prices. There were also suggestions to find a glass object that had a perfectly flat bottom, like a glass or other knick-knack, maybe at thrift stores. It needs to be sturdy enough to put pressure on the glass plate."