Are you a piece of art because I’d like to nail you up against a wall
Happy Easter to all Sherlockians!
Acrylics on egg, hand drawn.
As you can see I planned to do more of these, but I will never ever do that again!
I think a big part of my sanity got lost while drawing this. I know the smiley is missing, but I just don’t dare to draw it on the wallpaper… I might ruin it.
"I’m not leaving the flat for anything less than a 7. Or cases involving soldiers that require me to go to a military base. These are automatically 10. Keep an eye out for those, John. God save the queen"
BC + licking his lips
I am not sure this is legal
Oh sweets, lemme do that for you….
Fuck it I have to reblog this again. Just because…..
"Can we practice the dip thing one more time, Sherlock?"
"Of course, John. It would be my pleasure."
Awww, isn’t this pretty? What a great idea!
"But this also makes me think how Sherlock never told John he pulled him out. Clearly after being pulled out John blacks out and I’m sure he asked what happened exactly, and instead of telling him he got through the lit bonfire to pull him out risking his own integrity he spat out some lies about firemen or even some stranger because he doesn’t want John to owe him anything, because he knows John is still angry and he doesn’t want John to think it was some kind of making up for what he did and above all he doesn’t want John to think he is Sherlock’s soft spot even if he actually is, because Sherlock Holmes doesn’t do feelings." (x from this post)
Sneak peak of a Sherlock piece early on in the works - this is about 1-2 hours in. At this point, I’m just trying to get a basic likeness and an idea of how the lighting and colour will work as I progress.
I first started this with a pencil sketch, but lost it while moving house last week! I didn’t feel like drawing it the same way again, so I started this in Photoshop from scratch instead.
With pencils, I spend a lot more time drawing details in each character one by one, before colouring in Photoshop. For straight Photoshop paintings however, I tend to just rough in a sketch then go straight to blocking in light and shade, then colour.