Our Place Within the Cosmos: Day 58

Space Window Updated

The lighting was really terrible today, so the image quality isn’t the greatest. Hopefully tomorrow is much better while I finish this picture up. It’s turning out to be an excellent space scene! Still have to work on the planets some more, and I have to figure out what I’m doing with the dust cloud in the back.

I wasn’t sure what this picture was going to end up as when I started, as I was just drawing a bunch of random circles. Usually that’s how I do most of my drawings. I draw some shapes, and see if any images show up naturally in my imagination as I go along.

You know, I really do have a million things I could potentially talk about here, but since I’m always posting these for myself to look back on when I’m done, I don’t even bother. However, other people read this. And other people will read this in the future. So I should try harder to come up with something semi-interesting to talk about in future posts.

So, any ideas? Actually, I’ll probably look over what I drew for the day, and see if it relates to anything. For example, today’s image is a space scene. I have a million things I could bring up about space. For today’s post, I’m going to ask a question to anyone willing to reply in the comments. Whether you care about outer space or not, what is the thing that you find most interesting? For me, it’s perhaps our place within the cosmos. How unimaginably massive it all is, and how insignificant we are individually. Rather than how important we are as “Earthlings” as, so far as we know, the only intelligent beings that can appreciate the beauty of all that’s out there.


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  • Brad Thornhill

    It’s really coming along Robert it looks as if you are capturing real spaceiness 😀 anyways I guess my interest in space is that no part of the universe is the same, it is so diverse just like life and matter on earth but of course at a much larger scale, makes me think what different sort of species could exist out there 🙂

    • Rob Chapman

      Definitely! I just found out the other day that there are more than 7,500 different types of apples o.O just freakin apples lol