If you enjoy drawing with a Manga G nib, you'll love this Pump Pen. It contains one Manga G nib, and feeds ink to the nib automatically.
The Manga G nib is popular with a wide variety of artists, including fine artists, illustrators, sketchers, and calligraphers. It is a strong, flexible nib that comes to a very fine point, so it is especially good for scroll work and Spencerian writing.
You can choose between three popular Manga G nibs - Zebra, Nikko and Tachikawa. The Zebra nib will also accommodate the Titanium version. Be sure to select your G nib choice at the bottom of this product description, just above the Add to Cart button. If you're unsure of which nib to use, watch Connie Chen's YouTube video Calligraphy Nib Review: G Nibs illustrating the advantages of each G nib. We summarize her conclusions on our page About our Manga G Pens.
The Pump Pen is the perfect platform for the Manga G nib. You can press the pump for a stronger flow, which floods the nib with ink. You get what you press fro a drop to a gush, but all this helps feed the Zebra Manga G nib, which can lay down a thick coat of ink, especially when flexed.
You can remove the nib to replace or clean it. Just pull out the old nib and insert the new nib.
We recommend using overfeeds with flexible dip nibs.
You can add five Manga G nibs to your order.
You can adjust the positions of the Manga G nib and our matching feed to find the sweet spot for your pen. We try to make the nib and feed fit correctly, but you are dealing with an inexpensive dip nib. Slide the nib back and forth on the feed and slide the feed in and out of the pen until you find the right combination that works for you.
If you select the Nikko or Tachikawa Manga G nib, you can also use the Hunt 101 nib in your pen.
If you select the Zebra Manga G nib, you can use the Brause Rose, Brause Bandzug, Hunt 56, and our Sketch nibs in this pen.
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