Making gifs out of more background moments. Like Jim running into the door.
A true method actor! No detail overlooked. <3
I REGRET NOTHING.
Guys I’ve seen quite a few Hegehog Watson’s but this one. There’s just something so special about the way he’s rendered here. ;w; Maybe it’s the jumper and how the quills are poking out of it. ;o; (uuuuuuuuuu)
I swear it was only one hour ago that I was saying to myself, “The only trouble with all these adorable John-as-hedgehog pictures is that they tend to completely ignore the real-world issues involved in clothing a hedgehog.”
And then I realized it would probably be best if I could refrain from ever saying anything that dorky in front of other people.
Anyway, this art is great.
I am conducting an ongoing experiment in manipulating your Reichenbach feels by dosing you with puppies.
Read Phase 1 to learn why Sherlock has a tiny dog on his shoulder.
»PHASE 1 RESULTS
your experiment worked, i saw the puppy and all of the Reichenbach worries went right out of my head XD
I don’t know…this made me feel pretty bad too.
Results inconclusive. More data needed.
»INITIATE PHASE 2
Increase puppy dosage and have subjects estimate current level of Reichenbach feels on Moffat-Gatiss Pain Rating Scale.
Uh, I think I somehow left the control group. I’ve been introducing a friend to Sherlock, we watched Reichenbach last night, and I was a little wary because I was having a bad day and I anticipated ALL OF THE FEELS. But there weren’t any.
At least not the one we saw. When he asked Molly to help him, it was to get in contact with her uncle, a stage magician who discovered the secrets of Robert Angier and uses a version of Tesla’s teleporter.
Sherlock used the teleporter to duplicate himself before going up to the roof to meet Moriarty. None of that was acting, and his grave isn’t empty.
[I absolutely have to post this one right now, because thefrailtyofgeniusisaudience, october-the-xmas-octopus, and I are clearly right on the edge of becoming a hive mind. This is beautiful fandom madness!]
The Reichenbach Fall was clearly all about fairy tales, and they mentioned fairies…
Watch your fingers, John.
Watch your mind.
Sherlock Holmes, The Adventure of the Mazarin Stone
Here’s a bedtime story for you:
Mycroft is reading Sherlock the Phone book. He get’s Sherlock to pick a name. Mycroft will tell Sherlock a story about them, based on what he can learn from their name, members of their household, and where they live. He thinks he’s just making it up, but one day, Sherlock decides to call one of the people Mycroft told him about. Mycroft was right down to every detail.
And that’s when both boys got serious about Deducing.
Mycroft is supposed to be around 14, while Sherlock around 7. How I drew their ages don’t quite match up… but that’s the idea. I imagine Mycroft is trying to get Sherlock to stop sucking his thumb, but he gives up after a while.
God I love this.