Although the BCA-I might look rigid at first glance, it offers a lot of freedom to the user. Factual information like location, date, scale and weather cannot be hard to fill in but this is only a small part of the exercise. There are text boxes that can be used to provide additional explanation and/or to explain the drawn parts. Most focus lies on drawing: there is a box for a Border Map in each BCA-I and multiple options for both Border Stretching and Context Drawing. Being unfamiliar with drawing or graphical representations, it might come handy to have some examples at hand. This booklet offers examples for all boxes, varying from figurative to abstract and by both skilled and inexperienced drawers.