I love to jam-pack a sketchbook page. It's important to be loose and carefree in a sketchbook. Sketchbooks (as opposed to finished pieces) are a golden opportunity to fail, learn and grow without the pressure of performing well or pleasing a client.
This particular page was filled in four different locations.
1. A Casino (upper left hand corner sketch of the girl).
2. Deli (the top character and wardrobe study).
3. Airport (all of the lower left gesture sketches).
4. My parent's dining room table as I'm home visiting (all of the sketches in red).
In fact, you may even recognize the sketch in the lower right corner as the basis for yesterday's New Year's Girl.