If you’ve been known to practice some nude life drawing on the weekends (no, that’s actually not a euphemism for anything) but you’ve never made the transition to digital art, now is the time. Wacom—the company behind the only drawing tablets worth owning—has designed a pen that converts your ink drawings into vector or raster graphics. Using the same technology found in their tablets, the Wacom Inkling pen captures natural pen strokes with 1024 levels of sensitivity. So basically, unlike the hundred other digital pens you’ve seen before which are barely suitable for note taking, this one actually accounts for how hard you press down to create a varied line thickness. It works with Photoshop, Sketchbook Pro, Illustrator and pretty much every professional graphics program you’ve ever heard of.