Hi ya Bloggies! The weekly orbit does it’s round again, I think this time I need some stratospheric fuel… To keep up with it all and you guys.
As another orbit passes I can honestly say I’ve been a busy little bee.
During the last Orbit
Since the last orbit I’ve gone a little insane. I decided to take up the A-Z Challenge, where I need to post 26 daily posts (not including Sunday) through April. Apparently it’s in it’s 10 year but nonetheless I have decided to carry this out for SciFi movies so here’s what lasts week’s entries were:
A is for Alien(s)
B is is for Blade Runner
C is for Capricorn One
D is for the Day the Earth Stood Still
E is for Event Horizon
I forgot to get one out for saturday – but carrying on this week where I left of is F. Don’t miss it!
What would a spaceship be without a Robbie? I kind of ask this question as I speculate that robots in space will be more important than spacesuits… After all for one thing they don’t need to breathe right?
Every Spaceship needs a Robbie
Post from Planet Simon Past
I have occasionally been known to wax a little poetically… Sometimes I think I should more but then I decide not to. Here’s a poetic post on Memories:
Torrents of Memories
Out of this World Bloggers:
As a way of giving back to the blogging world and the great bloggies that you are I thought I would start featuring some of the great bloggies I know or have come across.
So this week’s lucky bloggies are:
Georgia of HadriansGate – A recent bloggy friend but a fellow Sci-Fi writer and nerd too.
Charley of Books and Bakes – A long term bloggy friend who should be having some well earned time off.
Joanna of Melfka – Joanna has been keeping up with my A-Z and interacting like a boss, so thanks for that.
What are you bloggies doing over this week – anything fun and exciting going on?
Keep smiling and writing!
This latest large sketch work is based on a photo of 2 small dogs laying on a sofa. As you can imagine getting the it to look right is more than just perspective and getting the face look right – there’s loads of fur try and capture the look of. So the line drawing started … Continue reading Sketching Little Dogs
With all it’s vastness and complexity it’s taken a long time for humans to reach the understanding that we have of the universe that we have. This is the story of evolving understanding and how simplicity gives way to incredible truth’s that seems to sit at odds with how we think life should be… and … Continue reading Time, Space and the Universe as we know it – Part 8 Energy and Matter
I’ve been trying to hone my sketching skills, having a sketching workbook has helped a lot to give me ideas and methods and techniques… I enjoyed this one, for some reason a bit of a pain getting the circle the right size and position but the shading seems to blend well. It’s amazing that a … Continue reading Simon’s Sketch Work – 3D Ball