Well, to be honest, most sketchbook pages look like this. A sketchbook is, after all, a place to work out the kinks, collect false starts, etc. As I've said earlier, I've been working a lot of hours recently and haven't been drawing as much as usual. When I do get the odd chance to draw, what comes out is usually a lot of timid hunting and pecking for the right line, lots of false starts. It's nose-blowing is what it is; a removal of all the bad mucous that's festering in the old creative sinuses. This is not a very appetizing analogy. Onward!