And I must follow on the road that lies ahead And I won’t let my heart control my head But you are my only… And we don’t say goodbye And I know what I’ve got to be, Immortality I make my journey through eternity I keep the memory of you and me, inside. – Barry, … More I is for those Immortal Moments.
Evil and good are always at war inside you, Zuko. It is your nature, your legacy. But there is a bright side. What happened generations ago can be resolved now, by you. Because of your legacy, you alone can cleanse the sins of our family, and the Fire Nation. Born in you along with all … More H is for Home and its Promises
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
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.
For a certain person who finds today especially important, follow the purple font! For those who don’t (no offense), please proceed with the normal routine: The air conditioner that hovers over my bed currently sounds like a mixture of Darth Vader and a Ring Wraith from the Lord of the Rings. That isn’t the … More I is not for an Important Intermission (NO.)
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
“He took my heart and ran with it, and I hope he’s running still, fast and strong, a piece of my heart bound up with his forever” — by Patricia McConnell, For The Love of A Dog Once upon a time there lived an old man and a dog. The dog was supposed to … More G is Getting Pathetic
A study in character by the Other Sherlock. “The game is afoot,” said Sherlock Holmes ( not the other one). Watson only nodded in response, knowing not to feel entirely worried, at the same time reminding himself to control the adrenaline that was pumping in his veins. He remained the faithful lapdog. Mrs Hudson, unlike … More E is for Equating Emotions
When colours are debated. “I think I’m better than you,”said the piano. The domino looked around , sensing the question was directed to it, it said,” I think you’re wrong.” The piano let out a rumble,” I wasn’t talking to you, you fool.” It then motioned to the sleeping zebra painting on the wall. How … More D is for the Domino Effect.
Colours are very important. Every microscopic pigment somehow holds a great significance to a person’s life. And death. Colours come in the sky… or in the eyes, if one died with one’s eyes open ; which, I suppose is usually the way they do die at times like this. Eyes wide open. Not ready. Not … More C is for Colours