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    Sepia Pen

    I want to do a drawing that has an old masters look to it, and wonder if any of you know of a pen that has sepia ink or some such that might work well for this.

    I could get some walnut ink and a crow quill pen (and might end up doing that) but I hope there is something a little more convenient (modern) out there.

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    I recall faber's pitt pens had a sepia one
    they're quite average quality through :\ got a few couple of years ago, won't be purchasing more.

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    Why not just get a simple fountain pen and load some sepia ink?
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