I was fortunate to be able to observe the Moon occulting the 1st magnitude star Antares, the heart of the Scorpion. This is my first lunar sketch using Conte' crayon and black paper (and my first lunar sketch using anything in several years). I've used Conte' and black paper for solar work but never for the Moon. I didn't have time to study up on the how to's posted here--just jumped in with both feet.
I usually don't try to take in so much landscape in one drawing--it's too hard--but the seeing wasn't good enough to push the magnification any higher. I think the features are a little compressed and out of place but it's not too far off.
The main thing I learned was to make it bigger next time--it's difficult to do detail with the crayons when the scale is too small. The crayons are messy, too. I used white and gray crayons, a charcoal pencil, a Prismacolor erasable orange pencil, and a white vinyl eraser. I blended with my fingers. Hope you like it--the occultation was very cool.