18th September

bakerstreetbabes:

pawtal:

Crimes & Punishments: Sherlock Holmes coming on PS3 and PS4

If these graphics don’t get you pumped then idk what to tell you

Hooooo-leeee….sh%$.

18th September

dex5m:

Hide and seek with Ben [X]

17th September

johnwatsonismyspiritanimal:

incurablylazydevil:

 I know what kind of man you are 

Was this episode even real?

17th September

He had a unique and driven and asymmetrical personality – he was very high-functioning, he had great empathy levels and was especially caring and had a great affinity with children. He had this unfettered ability to communicate with people and not feel that he was constrained by the usual platitudes, the status quo interaction demanded of a man who was so focused and slightly shy. He was seen as an odd fish, “an odd duck” as his mum called it. He was so capable, so fast-thinking, and so healthy. He was a very physical man – he ran marathons to near-Olympic standard and competed in cross-country events. He would run from his house in Wilmslow to work at Manchester University, a 20 kilometer round trip. I talked to people who had known him during his Manchester days and they all said how extraordinarily kind he was, polite and diffident. He didn’t often make direct eye contact, but when he did, you felt bathed in a very humane, intrigued, witty and rather lovely personality. He was very focused and often deemed to be in his own world, in his own line of thinking, in his own thought pattern and he would do some very eccentric things, but he was very open about them. He was a remarkable human being, a very kind soul, a very benign, slightly gauche, but a very doggedly determined, single-minded human being of extraordinary talent and ability. The tragedy of his life is not only that it ended so early, but that he was persecuted in a time of intolerance for his sexuality — Benedict Cumberbatch on Alan Turing. (x)

17th September

londonphile:

yasammez:

My doable pics of Benedict Cumberbatch at the TIG premiere in Toronto - September 2014

J, you took pretty non blurry photos. I’m so proud! :D

15th September
larygo:

 (x)

larygo:

 (x)

15th September

sherlockspeare:

(X)

14th September
tallulah99:


Lovely New Benedict Cumberbatch Edit - From the radio play ‘the biggest secret’ -1/2 -

*gasp*

tallulah99:

Lovely New Benedict Cumberbatch Edit - From the radio play ‘the biggest secret’ -1/2 -

*gasp*

14th September

cpnblowfish:

sh - jw : the game is on


Finally done my part of the collaboration with suis0u !

I love making this kind of drawing, I mean, start with reference, have some ideas while drawing, and have an unexpected result. Like for example, the right part of Sherlock; I didn’t know what to make here, because I had John’s arm on the over side and nothing on this one. So I’ve started to draw Sherlock’s coat longer and it became this kind of black wing protecting John’s head (perhaps a ‘Smaug’ inspiration somewhere!) I had fun with this one, maybe except John’s face because his expression was quite difficult and the whole shading was so long… So there’s that, thanks to suis0u who had the idea of the playing card, I’m waiting now her finished piece and we’ll can see them together;(and I’ve already an idea of a new ‘playing card’ in mind, whith Sherlock&Jim this time!)

Drawing on bristol paper, 50x33cm (19,6’x13’)

Tools: mechanical pencil with 4B lead, 4B graphite pencil.

Reference

14th September
thescienceofjohnlock:

tooname:

essmaaa:

tablet + ps, ref. from “The great game” http://sc.aithine.org/sherlock/103/21/sherlock-103-20348.jpg

brill - LOVE his expression … and so enviably realistic :D

OMFG really are you trying to kill me?

thescienceofjohnlock:

tooname:

essmaaa:

tablet + ps, ref. from “The great game” http://sc.aithine.org/sherlock/103/21/sherlock-103-20348.jpg

brill - LOVE his expression … and so enviably realistic :D

OMFG really are you trying to kill me?