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
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
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
“Any truth is better than an infinite doubt,” – Sherlock Holmes. A Sherlock Holmes fiction. London 1890, One year before Sherlock Holmes plunged into the shadowy waters of the Reichenbach Falls. The atmosphere was glum. There was no other way to put it. Not unlike any other day, Great Britain’s infamous blanket of grey settled … More The kind lie.