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It used to got drilled into you whenever you did school or attended calligraphy for a book series. Especially back in the day. Doing one letter wrong and you had to redo the whole page or maybe book depending if you were even allowed to shred pieces out or not. And it had to be with the right hand as the left one was considered the hand of the devil. Luckily, tides changed xd
Oh, if you love it because of the color of the ink, is because that isn't ink... I don't know how it's called in English but is a multicolored paper that you have to scratch with something sharp for drawing.
Everyone needs to learn what it is before you tell someone else. It could be 1 of 2 things. A fountain pen or a dip pen. Both have a nib(end) that is flexible to provide line variation. Dip pens need to be dipped in ink. Fountain pens have ink cartridges so you can just write with them. The nib can be softer or more firm so that you can have more flexibility or less flexibility which can provide a thinner or thicker line too. A lot of fountain pens have replaceable ink cartridges but if they are disposable then you have to buy a whole new one though they are usually cheaper if they are disposable. The ink is what gives it that effect.
Edit:Sorry that came off as rude, I just want this person to know what it is.
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