Counterparts of a Coin

There are several things I would like to catch up on and I’m going to divide them into 3 posts. This happens to be the long awaited ‘Sherlock’ illustration which actually featured two of the most central characters of the episode/novel ‘The Reichenbach Fall’/’The Final Problem’. (minus John, plus Jim. Sorry.) This drawing represents both … More Counterparts of a Coin

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Light and sight.

        Yay! An illustration for ‘G is Getting Pathetic’. This was drawn (as usual) using an app on the iPad called Sketchbook Pro and my handy pogo stylus 🙂 I wouldn’t want to spoil the story by telling you all about it all over again in this post. So if you’re curious, … More Light and sight.

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The Thieving Magpie

An illustration dedicated to my latest Sherlock fan fiction “E is for Equating Emotions.” I am really excited for this drawing. It showcases Jim Moriarty as portrayed in the BBC television series Sherlock. This is a version which I have sketched then photocopied ( to get the printed effect) and then scanned. It didn’t really … More The Thieving Magpie

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Happy Houdini

http://youtu.be/K6fB4Cgb8UQ

My first ever stop motion video. Turns out, it was harder than I expected it to be. Harder in the sense that it was incredibly painstaking. It took 74 photos in 26 seconds. Imagine a whole 3 minutes!

Hopefully, I’ll do better next time, but I’m still proud of it… 🙂

Music: Houdini by Foster the People.

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A is for Alice

  -Alice finds the Hatter- If one were to venture to a certain part of the big wide world, one would find a place not too different from different. It was a different place, a lonely, quiet different place. In that place, stood a lonely town. Well, what used to be a town. Its grounds … More A is for Alice

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The quiet corner

A short slideshow about the little sights at the little corner of Hyde Park – the quiet rose garden. Photographed in October 2011 during my trip to London. It was a beautiful place. One of my most favorite places in the whole of London. So serene and simple and ever so breathtaking. The diverse colors … More The quiet corner

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