Let’s talk about murder.
(x) just in case you haven´t seen it
There’s way too much I don’t notice in this show…
Sherlock hair from 9 episodes.
BBC Sherlock in the original Victorian era
figuring out how I want to draw john/martin’s face
I think I might young-ify him a bit
#i adore this because i not only adore john watson but i adore martin freeman#sometimes i just sit there and revel in how GOOD john watson is because how good martin makes him#even when he doesn’t speak#sometimes ESPECIALLY when john doesn’t speak#john still fills the room and is that person that is sherlock’s conductor of light#without meaning to or wanting to be (okay he does want to be; let’s be real)#simply because martin has created a full character and embodies him beautifully#and that’s what martin’s good at#taking a character you might think is small and making him real and big and worth looking at twice (and more) (avawatson)
BBC Sherlock - Hands
[original screen caps by 221caps made black and white by drunkcrimesolving]
did he seriously try to grab the riding crop from her
Did she seriously push nim back with a foot to the ribs?
Did he(Ben)give Lara free reign to beat the crap outta him with said crop?
You can’t not tell me these two aren’t bros.
I bet you they even have a code word for “Fucking christ, Sherlock is being a twat. I need a pint, you in?”
Little facts from The Casebook. Enjoy
Don’t forget that John had to memorize all of Sherlock’s clothing sizes cause Sherlock doesn’t care about that stuff
why does sherlock read women’s magazines?
In the canon (The Adventure of the Engineer’s Thumb, to be precise), the first part of the newspaper that Holmes would read was the ‘agony column’, as Victorian lovers would often communicate through codes in letters sent to newspapers, and it allowed him to study human nature and suffering. Since agony columns are now most commonly found in women’s magazines, it’s a nod to the canon!
till death do us part // magazine edition series [x]
221B Baker Street
✧: Sarah Arthur costume design for Irene Adler in Sherlock, “A Scandal in Belgravia”.
I think this is quite possibly my favourite picture of all time