Pen Comparison: Rotring Isograph VS Fountain Pen For Drawing

Pen Comparison: Rotring Isograph VS Fountain Pen For Drawing


I’ve got here a rotring isograph which is a technical pen. This is a point 3 5 nib size and This one being the Lamy Safari and this one is the extra fine nib now I’m going to be comparing today the difference between Holly’s pin stipple the roasting ISO graph being a pen that has lift sizes that go far far smaller Than what you will get with a fountain pen The advantage of this is that you can do smaller dots and you can make your stippling look a lot better Because the rotating ISO grab is a smaller nib When you’re doing stippling the more dots you can make the more realistic that the drawing or whatever it is that you’re creating will look but Making so many dots can be time-consuming so if you want something that is a bit more sturdy and Can do a lot of dots and is more convenient, that would probably be the fountain pen and as I said There have been more sturdy than approaching ISO graph because the nib of this pen is a bit stronger as a matter of fact It’s a lot stronger Then what you’re going to get with the rotating ISO graph This pin here is not a flex nib. It is a standard nib So when you’re drawing with it, there will be no flex in it As you can see here. The nib is pretty sturdy There’s not really any flex in this pen at all. And as you can see Depend on the inside of it you can see where the ink has been filled. I think I touched the tip the pin and Now I’ve actually got a little bit of ink here in there from I attached it there But I wanted to touch the tip of the pen and depress on it So you can see that that Niva this doesn’t Bend at all Now they wrote the ISO graph which is a Technical pin similar to how microns and other pins like that would be but the advantage of this is that this pin here is Able to be refilled unlike the other technical pens such as microns accurate so it saves you a lot of money in the long run because if you do a lot of drawing You can refill these and you can get different color ink red blue white or black ink You can refill these and you’ve got plenty of ink to do a lot of drawing so this pin here as you can see the nib is not as sturdy as a fountain pen and because of that if you’re doing stippling you want to be careful not to press as hard or You will end up bending the small wire on the inside of the pen that is inside of this tiny steel nib here there is a wire inside the steel nib here and that runs up along the length of the pen as You press down that presses the wire in and the ink flows out so if you’re stilling with this, make sure you’re not pressing hard or slightly that you could possibly damage the pen and If you’ve been the nib on it, you will have to replace the old pin So that is a minor issue but stippling with these but and as I said, the advantage would be that with this pen you can do a lot of tiny dots and You can make things more detailed So let’s go ahead and do a quick comparison Of these pen stippling up first I will use the roasting iso graph Now when you’re drawing with these and doing stippling you want to try and hold it more upright And you don’t want to hold it too much of an angle because with stippling you’re constantly pressing down So you won’t think to flow downward and you don’t want to bend the nib Because if you have the pen to hold it too much of an angle You’re going to bend the nib of the pen and you have to replace it Squit and show you a little bit of what the sniffing looks like with this pin As you can see here I’m holding the pen more upright and making my dots This is the 0.35, so the Size the dot compared to a pin such as the one or the 0.18 is going to be much much smaller than this Now that I have shown you that the squid take a look at the Lima Safari fountain pen and Let’s take a quick look and see how the stippling on this works Now the advantage of this pen is that you can hold it at a very steep angle and you can still get your dots unlike the rotary iso graph This one does let a lot more ink out being that the nib is larger than the earthling eisah graph but it is much more sturdy and Because that you’re actually able to stipple a lot faster With the fountain and if I press on the paper and hold it down you Can see the ink continues to flow? the advantage of the verging iso graph Is that finally to do the same thing with the pin and hold it pen down onto the paper? You will not get the paper to wear feathers across the paper that much Here’s an example It tend to stay more in one location rather than than spreading out so much So if you’ve got really absorbent paper if you fountain pen is going to feather a lot more than you’re watching. Isit graph Now remember do not mix the ink from the fountain pen Into the Versailles rest of F and do not use the birthparents of Gref ink in the fountain pen We’re gonna have some problems with writing Thick a clogged up dry up and you can really ruin the pen but the advantage of the versa graph as I said is more detail and Not as much feathering on the paper, but the disadvantage being that the nib of the pen is a lot more fragile Lamy Safari advantage the pen is much more sturdy than nib and You can snip a lot faster and you can hold these at more of an angle when your sibling disadvantage is a bit more feathering around the paper and They don’t come in as wide of a variety of emphasizes that allow you to do really tiny details If you wanted a pen that can do more detail. There’s a fountain pen there are other kinds that are the Eastern style the western style of fountain pens have slightly larger nibs if you go with the Eastern Fountain pens the nibs on them are a little bit smaller such as a pen like the gin house So that is a comparison of these two pins. Go ahead Let me know in the comments below if there is anything else you’d like me to review Go over draw or anything else until then. Thank you for watching I hope you found this video useful and I’ll see you in the next video. Have a great day

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