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savinggracenote:

25 Days of Sherlock

Day Two: Favorite Female Character

(Source: cap-rgrs, via finalproblem)

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finalproblem:

Frenching Jim gameplay variation: Switch the DVD audio track so that John is the only one who can’t speak French, and is left confused and angry.

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finalproblem:

There’s better continuity between Thompson’s The Blind Banker and The Reichenbach Fall than in the entirety of some TV series.

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snarkydarko:

The Hanged Man - Suspended upside down, the Hanged Man’s face is always peaceful and serene, his legs form an inverted ‘4’, and a halo surrounds his head. He finds that from his inverted perspective, the world becomes clearer. This is a card of meditation, looking inwards in order to see the bigger perspective better. As he is suspended between life and death he realizes that as soon as he rights himself, and the world will be different. But for now he stays in his state of rest, until he will join the world again.
The Magician - The Magician is confident and skillful, with a halo of infinity around his head, a wand in one hand and a sword in the other. The Magician takes his cloak and lays it on the ground, revealing the world beneath his feet.  He reveals new ideas and solutions to problems, but it is unknown whether this man can produce true magic, or whether he is simply a very intelligent trickster.
I had fun with the borders on these. Let me know if you like them, I’d love to try and do more.
Oh, and I know a little about Tarot reading, but not much. If I’m dead wrong on the way I interpreted the cards blame Google, not me. ;)

snarkydarko:

The Hanged Man - Suspended upside down, the Hanged Man’s face is always peaceful and serene, his legs form an inverted ‘4’, and a halo surrounds his head. He finds that from his inverted perspective, the world becomes clearer. This is a card of meditation, looking inwards in order to see the bigger perspective better. As he is suspended between life and death he realizes that as soon as he rights himself, and the world will be different. But for now he stays in his state of rest, until he will join the world again.

The Magician - The Magician is confident and skillful, with a halo of infinity around his head, a wand in one hand and a sword in the other. The Magician takes his cloak and lays it on the ground, revealing the world beneath his feet.  He reveals new ideas and solutions to problems, but it is unknown whether this man can produce true magic, or whether he is simply a very intelligent trickster.


I had fun with the borders on these. Let me know if you like them, I’d love to try and do more.

Oh, and I know a little about Tarot reading, but not much. If I’m dead wrong on the way I interpreted the cards blame Google, not me. ;)

(Source: sarethjay)

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7ns:

ihavebeensherlocked:


July 17th, 2012: Where are you? -JW
August 2nd, 2012: Come home. -JW
August 24th, 2012: I know you’re not dead, Sherlock. -JW
September 5th,  2012: Stop pretending… -JW
September 30th, 2012: Baker St is awfully  empty. -JW

(reblogging this again before bed because this is probably the first time I’m really personally satisfied with how I’ve drawn their faces, albeit sloppily)

GROSS SOBBING

7ns:

ihavebeensherlocked:

July 17th, 2012: Where are you? -JW

August 2nd, 2012: Come home. -JW

August 24th, 2012: I know you’re not dead, Sherlock. -JW

September 5th, 2012: Stop pretending… -JW

September 30th, 2012: Baker St is awfully empty. -JW

(reblogging this again before bed because this is probably the first time I’m really personally satisfied with how I’ve drawn their faces, albeit sloppily)

GROSS SOBBING

(Source: sherlockblogs)