Something I sketched very fast over my photo at school. Happy easter people!
Even now, there is hardly a corner of London that does not remind of my old friend. I never walk down Baker Street where we shared rooms for so many eventful years without it reminding me only too keenly of the past and the loss of one I shall ever regard as the best and wisest man I have ever known. - The Empty House, Sherlock Holmes Granada
Next time you draw something remember that Holmes thinks you have no life. xD
Bert Coules genius again in “The Shameful Betrayal of Emily Smith”.
Made a paper John today! Took me longer than I thought though. It was fun
Colours meme: White for Pure feeling
(White is color at its most complete and pure, the color of perfection. The color meaning of white is purity, innocence, wholeness and completion. White offers an inner cleansing and purifying of your thoughts, emotions and, ultimately, your spirit, refreshing and strengthening your entire energy system. It is the color of spiritual love, a love stronger than death, undying and all sustaining.)
These last couple of days have been really fun!! I’ve been feeling a bit down about my art lately and turns out I really needed to go out and have some fun and meet my fandom peeps. It was really fun, while I wish I could of spoken to some of you guys (cara!!) next time for sure I’ll hit you up! I don’t think I would of had a chance to talk to anyone if it weren’t for Chels taking me around and introducing me to people, I’m really horrible at approaching people hahaha sorry/ But today the Doctor Who meetup was really awesome, I’m so glad I got to attend it with my friends and see the actors and writers, it was a great experience/ While I didn’t get a chance to go to comic con, just being in san diego to go to these meet ups was really worth it. I hope I get to go to many meet ups this coming year, they’re so much fun! I’m all pooped out now, but I can feel my inspiration coming back, I hope I get to update you guys with more drawings more often !
Georges Dambier, 1952
Let’s not forget this drawing. I changed my mind about this one and decided it was done the way it was. Moving on is the notion. ;)
Jeremy Brett as Sherlock Holmes and David Burke as Dr. Watson in “The Copper Beeches”