I think a photo is better for feedback.
Here is a site with practice remote viewing targets. Many, if not most, people use numbers instead of letters for the target reference numbers.
Generally, I write down the target reference number them immediately draw an ideogram ( a 1- 2 second scribble to focus on the target). Then I begin writing perceptions starting with touch (sharp, prickly, smooth, hard soft etc.) then sight (blue, red, patterned, transparent, speckled etc.), smell (fresh, chemical etc), taste (bitter , sweet, chemical etc.), sound (loud, quiet, tapping, grinding, voices etc.), dimensions (angular, curved, straight, moving, up, down, open etc.), aesthetic impact (cheerful, sad , reverent etc.).
Then I do an archetype sketch of the target (right angle for man-made structure, peak for a mountain or peaked roof, circle for either lifeform or round structure, arrow for movement, wavy lines for water etc.).
You then label all the archetypes and repeat the process on each element gradually getting deeper into the target. The whole focus is on getting more data. You strictly stay away from trying to figure out what the target is until after you are finished. If you start trying to figure out what it is you will corrupt the data and start to invent things. Professional Remote Viewing Training Targets