This was an experiment in using a couple of Adobe apps to see if they could provide new ways of working. The watering can, wheelbarrow and flowers were created using Adobe Shape which uses the iPad camera to take a photo of an object and then create a vector illustration/representation of it. In this case these were objects found in my garden. The separate images were automatically stored in Adobe's Creative Cloud. I then placed them into Adobe Draw where I could colour and rearrange them and add other drawing elements. Then I exported the final composite image to Photos, placed the image into Procreate to resize and add the copyright label (created in iDraw) and finally exported it back to Photos ready for sharing.
A bit of a fiddly exercise, not like the good old days when you just drew something an a sheet of paper, but it might have possibilities.