I noticed that my handwriting depends much on the pen, so I have favorite pens
Since school I’ve been fond of anime and manga. That’s when I learned about Sakura Pigma Micron pens and was surprised how thin pens can be. Writing with a fine liner is a pleasure!
I write the message&the address with purple Sakura Pigma Micron 005 or with black Uni Pin 005 (003 is too thin, I left it for drawing). I switched to black Uni Pin because Sakura’s ink runs out faster. I use colored Sakura to write the ID. My fave color is blue, but blue Sakura seems quite light and I’m afraid it might be hard to read the message in light-blue. Our post recommends writing address with blue, purple or black color, although I received it written in green, pink and even orange.
I’ve tried black ShinHan Art Touch 0.05, and it’s great, too.
I struggled with writing on the glossy backside because fineliners smudge (I just erased the address with an eraser). The first time ended up writing such a card with a regular cheap ballpoint pen. Then I tried to leave the ink on overnight, and it dried up! Now the only difficulty is not to smudge the text while writing
Yesterday I bought Edding 1880 0.05 (which my friend recommended) and looking forward to try it on the next postcard
Pilot Hi-Tec-C Maica pens look very interesting! Now I will look for them in stores