Nice rendering of this faint fuzzy--you captured its dim appearance nicely. I like that rhombus of stars that surround it. You can add to the observational quality of your drawing by including the date/time of the drawing in UTC, instrument and magnification used, FOV, and cardinal directions.
Jake is the first person I've heard call 103P/Hartley "easy" but he is an experienced DSO observer. However, Hartley is
getting a little brighter now and the Moon is less of a factor. Still, it is a large diffuse object with very low surface brightness, so reported visual magnitude estimates are deceiving. It is in no way a naked eye object at this time.
The comet will be passing within 1° of the Double Cluster in Perseus this coming weekend--that might make it easier to find.
Elizabeth Warner of the Amateur Observers' Program is looking for sketches of 103P/Hartley in support of the EPOXI mission to Comet Hartley. I suggested she announce that here on CN. More info on AOP and EPOXI can be found here.