The principal tools for a calligrapher are the and the . Calligraphy pens write with that may be flat, round, or pointed. For some decorative purposes, multi-nibbed pens—steel brushes—can be used. However, works have also been created with and , although these works do not employ angled lines. There are some styles of calligraphy, like Gothic script, which require a stub nib pen.
Instructions on use are not included; this pen alone is not recommended for beginners that do not have experience with pointed pen calligraphy & how to insert nibs, etc. For instruction on how to assembly & use calligraphy pens, please check out our .
• Calligraphy Pens and Markers – Modern writing technology mixes with calligraphic arts. We offer pen and marker sets with multiple nibs for a variety of widths when drawing or writing. There are even calligraphy sets designed for left-handed writers. These pens make writing in script smooth and effortless.
The pen nib consists of two parallel plates, allowing the writer to produce lines sharper than existing calligraphy pens. With their special mixable ink, you can use two Parallel pens to create .