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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I is not for an Important Intermission (NO.)

  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.)

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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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C is for Colours

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

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