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I grew up with pens that just worked automatically and never really knew where or how ink was made.
I am not even sure that I cared about ink and it's history until I took it upon myself to learn how to make ink for myself.
All the rest of the ingredients just improve your ink for use!
With ink and a pen, we are capable of so much more than before!
It may sound silly, but I find the idea of being able to make EVERYTHING that we need to sustain our livelihoods, without having to rely on some other source, to be really awesome.
Ink is one of those things that is needed for so many purposes and is very easy to create.
Saving knowledge, writing letters, and learning to read and write, all require ink (when no computers are involved! Because of ink, we are able to grasp our history and learn from mistakes.
Oh to be an octopus, who can freely make their own ink.
At its core, pigment and water are all that is needed to make ink.
Large feathers, sticks, or even bamboo reeds can be turned into pens.
Pens can be made by whittling the end of a stick until it's sharp and pointed.
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