In order to get practice at portrait sketching, it is best to find people who are unaware they are being drawn, and an easy way to do it is from the television. People who are being interviewed generally keep pretty much the same pose, sometimes for a decent amount of time. I keep a pen and sketchbook near the television and most of the time forget to pick it up, but every now and then get a good opportunity for a bit of drawing. Most often the people are politicians but the odd musician sometimes crops up. Below are Paul Keating, Treasurer and ultimately Prime Minister in the 1980s and 1990s, Kevin Rudd, also an ex-Prime Minister and Jakob Dylan, son of Bob Dylan and musician in his own right.