I chose the Moleskine Reading Stand for e-Readers or Books, Akashiya Sai Watercolor Brush Pens and Midori D-Clip Paper Clips.
I have been wanting a stand for my iPad. The Smart cover from iPad just does not provide the kind of support that I want. I have looked at a number of different types of stands but decided that the Moleskine Reading Stand is the best one for me. It is the most reasonably priced (only $17.95) and the fact that it lays completely flat allows me to put it in one of the outside pockets of my Tom Bihn Breve Bag. This makes it extremely portable.
I also purchased two Akashiya Sai Watercolor Brush Pens in Ultramarine Blue and Magenta. I honestly should have known better, I have a Pentel Brush Pen that I have not yet learned to use, but I just had to try these.
I think these pens are a wonderful addition to the tools of an artist who knows how to use them, but for me it has been an exercise in futility. I feel much like No Pen Intended in this post Akashiya Bamboo Body Brush Pen, although my attempt at art is MUCH worse.
Kikkerland bone shaped paper clips.