When I travel I usually always bring a sketchbook, even if I end up being too busy to use it, because you never know when inspiration and time will meet. When I do a drawing of a place or in a place it connects me to that place in a way a photo does not, tying more physical memories and emotions to the image. I worked on this sketch of two characters, a king and queen from a story in my head, in stages. I started out just scribbling vibrant colors on a blank page. Then I sat with that for weeks until I was on a plane and just decided to let the characters out of my head. It's a lot less intimidating starting work on a scribbled surface, the ice has been broken and you can get down to business. I did the majority of this drawing in the air and I can remember the gentleman sitting next to me and how he fell asleep and caught himself snoring :) This was done using Copic markers, Micron pen, and white Gelly Roll pen. What's the last thing you sketched?