Hello! @Orion25 it was not too bad, it's a matter of keeping concentration i think. The hardest part was the position of the eyepiece on the equatorial mount, my back had to be in odd position in order to bend down to the EP while sketching, perhaps that's the hardest part of all. But it was fun to do, it's always fun to finish a sketch. I think i found a female model to sketch today, I hope she will be up to it. Funny thing she had a cross eye and she god a special operation to correct it. doctor did an incredible job. The momentum is there for me to capture her face by sketch. @Dave In Vermont thanks for your support too with this, i try to be good and to get better.. when I look trough the eyepiece, at some point I have a urge to produce something out of the views, i can't just look, pack and go to sleep. These efforts will keep me happy for a few days in a row. Or if not happy, it's creating an internal thought hideaway in my mind an going there it much much easier for me the restore my happiness, like some kind of battery. I did this sketch of the mountains I also published on SGL previously. It was a fun sketch of these mounts, moon is incredible these days. Now i am waiting to see if i go outside, it's totally clear but i back from shoveling wet clay and snow.. And i am also tired mentally from the job.... I am not sure yet..