It's probably because I'm not on vacations, and so it feels really different to just stroll around and draw. I do it rarely at home because it feel like "yeah, I'm already bored by this place, I don't find anything interesting to draw", and waaay more while on holidays - you know, new places, everything exciting as a tourist, etc.
It is also because I don't find northener countries visually interesting. It happened even before on vacations: the city is wonderful to live in, new buildings, well kept streets, a lot of parks and green...but every place looks the same. I mean: yeah, trees. Yeah, new, clean, squared buildings with squared windows and plain walls - everywhere. Could this be due to growing up in a place like Venice? I don't know, but I know for sure it is hard to explain to the family that I like the city, but that there's no particular reason for it.
I've started drawing the next Valley-01 issue. Guess who's back?