Here is a drawing of Jupiter from Sunday night.
Seeing was kind of AntII at the start, but nose dived at about 23:30.
The drawing was made in pastels at the eyepiece. I have got an easel with a white light fixed to it next to my telescope now
I used the apodizer on and off throughout the session; It seems to wash out the colours but sharpen detail, so it is a trade off and helps bring out some features, but not if they are just different colours with no real intensity contrast (does that make sense?) So if you are looking for a red oval in a brown / orange belt you might be better off without the apodizer than if you were looking for a white oval in the same belt....
Anyway, I was very taken with the region immediately following the GRS, it looked a bit like the tip of a bird's wing with the flight feathers curving down towards the oval storm. Very beautiful and I could have observed it all night if I hadn't had work in the morning.
Also in the region of the GRS were two tiny dark ovals interacting with the GRS, one proceeding and one following.
I caught these later when the GRS was nearer the CM. They are part of the STB I think, which is very broken and vague.
The SEB proceeding the GRS was also very cool and was making a nice curved shape like a machete or an axe head.
The EZ was particularly striking in the better seeing moments with smoky trails resoling themselves across the zone.
Other interesting bits;
the LRS and its two accompanying barges, not easy to see as I chased them into the murk on the limb.
I didn't see WSZ at all - well I thought I saw it once or twice, but not well enough to actually draw it, that would have been a bit of a leap of averted imagination.
Lastly the fine white marbling in the NTB on the rising hemisphere. I was really pleased with this. I know it is a silly little detail, but that's why I was so pleased to resolve it and get it in the drawing!
Hope you like!