Am I the current king of England?You do know we don’t have a king…?
He’s the king of crime solving ;)
For the first time ever I quite like how the hair turned out even though it took ages to draw, as did the coat. I really dislike drawing that Belstaff.
The crown is referenced from a few photos of a Hiddleston photoshoot as I wanted a quite simple crown to fit with the mood.
Dedicated to Cumberbum because she’s great!
if you don’t get my Harry Potter references then there’s something siriusly ron with you.
shit shit shit shit shit shit shit shit shit shit
none pizza with left beef
It should be a rule of Tumblr to always reblog none pizza with left beef
ive missed you
Disappointing Popsicle Jokes
Historically accurate Popsicle Jokes
Sherlock: You are not coming.
John: Then you are not going.
For anyone who wondered why I was upset about the writers giving this exchange to Mary, here’s the actual ACD quote with brilliant GIF accompaniment. (White is Holmes. Yellow is Watson.)
Here will find roughly #108, Chick Flicks to watch with your friends at a sleepover, or by yourself. I do not own any of the movies in this post. Please like or reblog if using, and feel free to message me if any of the links do not work. Enjoy!
One Must Always Reblog When Fandoms Save Each Other
OH MY GOD
omg it got
“Benedict was playing Maximillian Clarke, a paranoid hypochondriac who’s so afraid of germs that he lives inside a sealed suit that filters all the bacteria out of his air and food. Isabelle Vincey, the heroine, finds him surviving in an igloo on the Dark Side of the Earth and he joins her on her quest to start the world turning again.
Benedict was a real trooper on the shoot. He was trailing cables and pipes, carrying all the weight of the suit, blinded by the fogging visor and deafened by the compressor that kept the suit inflated. Every time Katie took his helmet off he was sweating buckets. But he never complained. (By contrast, after he’d left – to go to the BBC for the first read-through of Sherlock – we put crew member AJ Nicol in the suit for five minutes for a wide shot and he came out swearing and cursing and moaning.)”— Neil Oseman, the writer-director of The Dark Side of the Earth, on Benedict working on set