Penny Arcade artist Gabe (aka Mike Krahulik) has had an up and down relationship with the Surface Pro line.
He was one of the first artists to publicly embrace the early models for art creation: http://surfaceproartist.com/blog/2013/3/3/penny-arcade-artist-gives-surface-pro-a-thumbs-up?rq=penny%20arcade but he also balked at many of the limitations introduced by Microsoft's switch from Wacom to N-Trig tech in the Surface Pro 3: http://surfaceproartist.com/blog/2014/7/7/penny-arcades-gabe-bails-on-the-surface-pro-3?rq=penny%20arcade
Yesterday, Gabe updated his blog yet again and the results are more positive.
"Microsoft has been working on various ways of fixing some of (my) issues and since I wrote that post they have managed to fix a lot of them..This weekend I feel like I finally got the real Surface 3 I was excited for.."
Krahulik writes that the combination of firmware fixes, Surface Hub app and Manga Studio finally allow him to create useable art such as the image above. The new post is definitely worth a read, especially if you're worried about the Surface Pro 3's suitability.