I am so sorry that I have not been up to date on my blog recently, and the reason for this is that I have not had any good pens to review! Recently, though, I came across a non-luxury pen that has blown me away. Pigma Micron pens are all over, in little places such as book and stationary stores around the globe. The one that I stumbled upon, though, was a 0.05 mm fineliner that drew lines so thin that it might as well have been a mechanical pencil. The grip was standard, not anything special, but it worked just fine. The only real downside to this pen is the weight. It is incredibly light, which is not ideal for most pen connoisseurs, but this light weight should be expected from a roughly $2.50 pen. The Pigma Micron writes surprisingly smoothly for a fineliner, and the ink is very dark, even in the finest lines. I recommend this pen for sketching, although is could easily be used for writing, as the ink is very easy to see. Overall, I give The Pigma Micron 0.05 mm fineliner 4.5 out of 5 stars, and I highly recommend it to anyone looking for a good pen for sketching that can be bought in bulk.
P.S: I hope to crank out one or maybe even two more posts by Monday!