Caligraphy nibs for pen
Enable the option to either design your own nib for the pen, or select from a list of nibs to enable handwritten calligraphy on notes.
It even makes normal handwriting looks nicer!
Joanna Pelphrey commented
I'd absolutely LOVE diiferent nib options such as for calligraphy. I've been studying Copperplate calligraphy for several years and a year ago began studying Gothic Fractur. It would be so cool to see that as script
Virgínia Oliveira commented
Gostaria de opções de canetas Caligráficas.
Sandro Siegel commented
This feature is awesome, especially for sketchnotes! Is there any news?
Sam Baxter commented
I just purchased premium thinking I would get more pen styles such as script, calligraphy, etc. Does this app have no pen styles to choose from?
I world love this, I would definitely use the app more if my handwriting liked neater in it.
I agree. Additional pen tips would make Squid perfect.
Jeanette Smith commented
Not just nibs while your at it. Go all the way, for instance... calligraphy brushes, pencils, Fountain pen, quill nib, etc etc similar to S note for example.
But definately incorporate more pen tool options, calligraphy is a must.
Tamara Semenko commented
I also vote for calligraphy nibs....I have a fountain pen type nib on another app and love writing with it,,,however prefer the organizational ability of Papyrus
Sean Levesque commented
Another vote for this one - even if you just had a selection of presets to choose from (30,45,90° angles)(wide, med, narrow widths), this you be a fantastic feature. As Tony said, a large part of the significance of handwriting is capturing that feel.
Tony seah commented
Good idea, after all that is what writing is about
Thanksful for making papyru
My name is ByungHun Oh
So i cant english well
Anyway i bought could pack and tool pack
I hope to add new tool example caligraphy pen nip
And also smooth shape
Now papyruss are very sensitive so my wrighting was zigzag
Have a good day and thancks
It would have to allow manual rotation of the nib (slider or circular compas style, but both would benefit from a graphical representation of what angle the nib is at) to allow true calligraphy (unless you clever guys and gals can figure out a way of sensing either the angle of rotation of the pen or the tablet) with presets at 45 and 90 degrees.