The amount of detail on the moon with a 12" is overwhelming. I'm not skilled enough to sketch (in a short period of time) all of crater Copernicus. I even didn't try it. So this is rather an "impression" than a real try to sketch a "photo".
To make the shadows really black and bright regions really white, I played with the settings of my scanner. Later I put the sketch in grayscale.
All critic is welcome, because I find the 3D-effect is not coming out very good. Maybe I should also have used black paper instead of gray.
Hope you like it.
Copernicus, 15/11/2010, 19.45-20.45 UT, 12" + apodizing mask @ x171, lunation 9.6 days, illumination 70%, alt. 35°