On styli... a sonnet of love to screens and scribble sticks.
Almost all of these images (if not all, I can't say for certain) were created using their counterpart on a range of apps and tablets. I do so to capture a feeling of the stylus itself and the image reminds me of what I was drawing... (Hey, I'm kinaesthetic. What can you do...?) If I had more time or were prepared to draw the inevitable bar chart I'd say which styli work best with which machine. Some styli don't work at all with some tablets. It's a roller coaster.
Depending on the app I capture a video of the image I've made. The below link being one of them...
Sometimes I back a stylus on Kickstarter. Occasionally this works out well... And I REALLY hope the Scriba lives up to its promise... But infrequently it doesn't (cough-eStlyo-cough). The Scriba looks VERY interesting though. Intriguing.
A Wacom tryptich. I actually own seven different Wacom touch screen pens. The most by any one company? Hmmm. Maybe. I own a few different Dagi pens (6) and a few by Adonit (5), Nomad (6) and Pogo (4). Wacom have, at the very least, pedigree in such things.