The launch of the new, smaller, iPad Pro coincided closely enough with some money burning a hole in my pocket that I had all the excuses I needed to pick one up. I've been long considering a portable setup for digital drawing and, compared to a laptop + small Wacom, the Baby Pro + Apple Pencil was a no-brainer.
While I've not used the Pencil enough to have it sussed, I'm definitely impressed. The drawings I've made on the iPad Pro feel like my drawings and I've already been able to send roughs over to a client that were created entirely on the device.
This quick wee WIWT drawing was made in Pixelmator, one of the many iOS image editors that support the Pencil. It's a good app. One thing that I didn't expect when I picked up the Pro is the potential for working cross-platform. Pixelmator can ping images straight into Dropbox as PSDs, meaning you can open up (layered!) drawings in Photoshop on your Mac. That's incredibly useful.
Anyway, WIWT drawings (What I Wore Today) are a thing I do from time to time. Here's what I wore when I set out to visit some Glasgow International preview shows. The descriptions may-or-may-not be retrospective rubbish about things I was already wearing (and wear most every day).
Also worth mentioning: this post was written, formatted and posted using iOS too. I still prefer to work on a computer, but these wee machines are definitely becoming more useful to the way I work.