Ink Tank \\ Episode 4
Ink Tank | Episode 4
David and Gray are beyond excited to bring you Ink Tank!
In this episode, we discuss what’s been going on since the last episode of Ink Tank, the general format of the show, what makes a penman, and how you can get in touch with us to ask a question or participate in the show.
- The Pony Express was only in operation for 18 months!
- Penman, the phrase and it’s usage
- Mustache growin’ & glowin’
- White Belt to Black Belt, an urban legend
- “I am a Jedi, like my father before me.”
- F. W. Tamblyn – Are You Converted to Penmanship?
- Lessons in Ornamental Penmanship – Use hinge movement on upper loops!
- J. J. Bailey – Milestones on the Penmanship Highway
- An essay written in business penmanship about the journey towards improving one’s penmanship. Contains general advice about form study, position, and dealing with times of depression when your writing doesn’t match up to your ideal.
- A. D. Taylor’s Ornamental Penmanship Capitals in Zanerian Script Alphabets
- E. L. Brown
- The debate between inspiration and imitation
- European penmen
- The Zanerian Manual 1924 ed.
- Ask Ink Tank
- Ask Ink Tank P.O. Box 1442 Beaverton, OR 97005
- Sam Koide
- A native of Hawaii of Japanese descent, Isami Koide was a well regarded business and ornamental penman. He won at least two contests given by the Business Educator for students.
- Writing in the sand, very historic!
- Paul O’Hara, penman and exercise enthusiast
- W. E. Dennis, walking enthusiast
- Two Big Penmen
- L. M. Thornburgh and Louis Madarasz posed for a quick photo at the beach of Ogunquit, Maine. Ogunquit was a favorite summer vacation destination for Madarasz, who frequently encouraged other penmen to join him.
- An evening constitutional is good for your health
Ask a question for the next episode:
Ask Ink Tank P.O. Box 1442 Beaverton, Oregon 97075