One of my players is constantly scribbling the current scene or location and characters the PCs encounter. Of course I am happy that he seems to be very engaged in the world and he himself doesn't have a problem to keep listening to me (the GM) or the other players.
But he is nonetheless disrupting other players by showing them his drawings (or they want to see it themselves). I have the feeling that it negatively impacts the immersion of the other players.
Additionally I am not a fan that he draws locations and characters, because I would prefer keeping some stuff up for imagination and his artstyle is very comical and therefore tends to change the atmosphere at the table in often unwanted directions.
As a sidenote: most of my players are Designers and/or Artists, but he seems to be the only one having this problem.
Also in the last game we played I tried to solve this problem by encouraging him to let his PC be an artist that makes the drawings from his perspective (effectively solving some of the problems) but this is not an option in this new game. Also I don't enjoy making my players play how I see it fit.
To sum it all up :
How do I make one of my players stop constantly drawing without making him quit the group?