I don't normally do two sketches in a night, but it was a nice clear night for a change. Wasn't gonna waste it. I just came off a failed attempt to observe PAL 2 on a revisit, so these two magnificent objects were real eye candy
NGC 1360 is huge and fairly dim without a UHC filter. With the filter, it really popped nicely. Some dark areas were seen near the central star and along the eastern edge. The northern lobe was noticeably brighter. No color seen.
NGC 1535 is very bright. We're not supposed to use UHC filters at high magnifications, but doing so helped tease out its weakly annular structure. It was plenty bright to be seen, though the central star was best seen without the filter. There was another fleeting star near the northern edge of the nebula. I do not recall any color, need to work on that.
Both very beautiful nebulae.