On my observing session on June 16th-17th, 2015, Daniel, my long time observing companion and friend found Comet Lovejoy C/2014 Q2 using my 17.5 dob and the Explore Scientific 30mm 82 degree eyepiece. I discussed this in my post which is two below this one, but wanted to include my sketch here. I was having trouble with my camera taking my sketching pictures but finally resolved that issue so here is that sketch.
Comet Lovejoy C/2014 Q2
01:50a.m. MDT (est. I did not record the exact time)
FR006 Site 1 Vernon UT
30mm ES 82 degree eyepiece; 12mm TeleVue Delos, 10mm Pentax XW;
Beautiful view in the ES 30mm 82 degree eyepiece! Just breath taking. Comet Lovejoy's core looks very much like a galaxy, with a bright inner core region and a brightness surrounding that area. Then it differs from a galaxy as the tail is very apparent behind it, fanning out with ribbons into what I saw as 3 main tails. Beautiful!!!! Well worth the time to really observe this one and if you sketch, sketch it!