I recently installed a PaperFeel protector on my iPad and I LOVE it. Sketching digitally feels much more like sketching on paper now, but with the added bonus of being able to easily manipulate the drawing if, say, an eye is too low on one side or the creature isn’t fluffy enough.
Our most recent D&D session involved the crew going to a local festival, and our DM populated it with something engaging for each character, like a library for our wizard, a makerspace for our artisan…and new fuzzy creatures for our Druid to love on. As soon as he started describing dreep, I grabbed my iPad and a photo of a Manx Loaghtan for reference and got to work. Our campaign is set in a homebrew world and I never tire of designing creatures for it or making up little details about them, like the beads in the beard being used by breeders to distinguish their animals. I did make this dreep a bit too slim for what my DM envisioned, however, so we’ve decided that this is what they look like after being shorn, and the next version will look more like a Pekinese.