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Sep

dramatisecho:

“Pain and suffering are always inevitable for a large intelligence and a deep heart.” - Fyodor Dostoevsky

dramatisecho:

“Pain and suffering are always inevitable for a large intelligence and a deep heart.” - Fyodor Dostoevsky

thisissadcat:

Some more prints I’ll be selling at Ottawa Comiccon! These are companions to the Season 2 prints I had at Fan Expo two years ago, and Season 3 will be along shortly.

Come visit me (and my buddy Noah Comar)! You know you want to! Table 2011 in the Artist’s Alley!

(Source: johix)

doublenegativemeansyes:

sherlock actually prefer swan because they are living things

16

Sep

venvephe:

whendidibecomeinsane requested Sherlock in palette #9!
The (real) reason Sherlock wears his infamous coat: so John no one is distracted by detective booty at crime scenes. 

venvephe:

whendidibecomeinsane requested Sherlock in palette #9!

The (real) reason Sherlock wears his infamous coat: so John no one is distracted by detective booty at crime scenes. 

pretty-xenomorph:

Sherlock Holmes
http://adeenah.deviantart.com/art/The-Final-Problem-297374790

days-til-sherlock:

465 days

mid0nz:

I asked Steve Lawes, the Director of Photography on The Empty Hearse, what his inspiration was for the torture scene. His reply was “An Experiment on a Bird in an Air Pump” by Joseph Wright of Derby, 1768. 

(Earlier conversations about this parallel happened here and here. But I want to revisit the topic.)

Steve didn’t give me anything else to go on so this has been fun to think about. The way I see it there are a few ways of looking at the relationship between the painting and TEH’s torture scene: 1) plot 2) lighting 3) framing/ composition 4) point of view 5) subject matter 6) the story told by all these elements in their sum. The vast difference between the two is, obviously, that Sherlock is cinematic. 

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koulin:


Delusional
"He used to come in, order coffee, and remain quiet in the corner for the rest of the night. But suddenly, one day, he started speaking and smiling again. But it was at someone who doesn’t exist."

Donation sketch commission for the lovely Bethany, who requested some Sherlock/John angst post-Reichenbach :) Help Sashi and donate if you can! More info here.

koulin:

Delusional

"He used to come in, order coffee, and remain quiet in the corner for the rest of the night. But suddenly, one day, he started speaking and smiling again. But it was at someone who doesn’t exist."

Donation sketch commission for the lovely Bethany, who requested some Sherlock/John angst post-Reichenbach :) Help Sashi and donate if you can! More info here.


Interesting cases only please.

Interesting cases only please.

(Source: sallydonovan)

wisesnail:

Mycroft Holmes
Bonus: close-up of the face

Photoshop wasn’t collaborating, I was about to throw my laptop out of the window… D:

NOT DEAD.

(Source: agloriouspond)

sherlockspeare:

Cumberbatch is clearly riled up by trivia questions from his co-star Martin Freeman. When Benedict admits he has never heard of a particular actor, Freeman shoots back “I assumed you’d probably been christened by him. I thought you knew every actor over 50. I thought there was a by-law.” by Radio Times article(x) about Sherlock outtake (X)

Sorry for my poor caption. I tried not to make this but couldn’t help it.