Hello there bloggies!
Hi there… it looks like I’ve left my start of the month post a bit late as now it’s… well there’s no other way of saying it – the middle of the month, well past the middle of the month and nearly the end now. Where has July gone?
I hope you’re keeping good though and wherever you are in the world you’re keeping safe and well…
As for what’s been going on here in Simon’s Space… well… not a lot really. Thi si the first post of this month, there were a few last month, for starters there was my post on Sketching Scarlett
I was really pleased with how this sketch turned out and it’s by far my best portrait to date.
I also felt moved to start creating the odd space cartoon called Comic Cosmos… I started with Comic Cosmos – Juno Visits Ganymede
I got out a Blog Battle last month with Blog Battle – The Brian Incident last month, also keep your eyes peeled there should be one after this later today .
Along with that there were a few INteresting fact posts… with this one my favorite: Did you Know… The water you drink is really old?
I hope you all out there keep safe and keep writing and smiling! Let me know how you’re getting on!
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