Sunday the 31st of March, 2013
Bluebell? A rabbit, John!
Monday the 11th of March, 2013
Then and now…
Parallels between A Study in Pink and The Reichenbach Fall
Thursday the 14th of February, 2013
Look guys! I colored the heartbreak!
Here’s my first try at Christmas icons, do whatever you like with them :)
(Source: mollyhooopers)Wednesday the 26th of December, 2012
A Sherlock Christmas Song
Monday the 24th of December, 2012
Deck the Sherlock
Sunday the 16th of December, 2012
From the artist’s comments:
A) The John screenshot I used as ref.
B) The matching Sherlock screenshot.
C) Traced, glued, drilled, cut. TAH DAH! (They’re insanely fun to play with, it’s like those shape-fitting wooden blocks I had as a toddler ONLY BETTER xD)
D) I cut out the John silhouette myself, but I had help with Sherlock
E) I had originally wanted to use the wooden shapes to make cookie cutters… but we bought the wrong type of metal and it was way too thick to work with. I compromised and just pressed the dough into the negatives
F) The cookies baked! Oh my gosh, the smell at this point was heavenly…
G-H) Lookie here! Sherlock and John as sugar cookies!
(Source: fyeahjoanlock)Friday the 30th of November, 2012
Thursday the 8th of November, 2012
01:59:08 There is a toxin refined from the nectar of rhododendron ponticum.
01:59:12 It’s quite infamous in the region of Turkey, bordering the Black Sea, for its
01:59:15 ability to induce an apparently mortal paralysis.
(“Sherlock Holmes,” starring Robert Downey Jr., 2009) (So, not original to BBC Sherlock…)
Reblogging for anyone who was confused about how the rhododendron ponticum mention in Reichenbach was a Ritchie!Holmes reference.
(Source: daringestdevilking-moved)Wednesday the 17th of October, 2012
(Source: mindoveranti-matter)Wednesday the 17th of October, 2012
Quotes from: “A Study In Pink”
(Source: senoritacumberbatch)Tuesday the 16th of October, 2012