For those not in the SCA, when one goes on vigil, it's similar in theory to a period knight's vigil, but without all the religious connotations and the kneeling all night part... Ok, it's not at all like a period vigil. But the intent is to prepare the individual mentally for the step they're about to take. This includes being sequestered, and people come to visit you one at a time to give advice, ask questions, and occasionally provide gifts.
Part of the visitation is that people sign a book with their well-wishes while they wait their turn. I was asked to draw artwork for the cover of Bethany's vigil book, which was intended to be tooled into a leather book cover. The book never came to fruition, but I did complete the artwork request.
For those who know the Beth-a-Val, you already know her love of foxes. She is also an accomplished musician, particularly on the recorder. So of course I did a whimsical musician fox within the laurel wreath. I'm sad this book never came to light, but here's a sketch for your enjoyment. Because sharing is caring, of course.