khorazir:

"Sherlock throughout the Ages"
My second contribution to this month’s “Let’s Draw Sherlock" Challenge: Alternative Fashion Styles. Because I couldn’t decide which one to depict, I decided to draw a slideshow of 2000 years of fashion, all modelled by Sherlock. The periods I chose are:
Roman
Early Mediaeval (Age of Migration)
Anglo Saxon
Norman
Mediaeval
War of the Roses
Tudor
Elisabethan
Puritan
Restoration
Georgian
Regency
Victorian
Edwardian
WWI (officer)
1920s
1930s/40s
1950s (Teddy Boy)
1960s (Bondlock)
1970s
1980s/90s (Public School/Harrowlock)
Contemporary: Coat, Suit, Beepants, Sheetlock

khorazir:

"Sherlock throughout the Ages"

My second contribution to this month’s “Let’s Draw Sherlock" Challenge: Alternative Fashion Styles. Because I couldn’t decide which one to depict, I decided to draw a slideshow of 2000 years of fashion, all modelled by Sherlock. The periods I chose are:

  • Roman
  • Early Mediaeval (Age of Migration)
  • Anglo Saxon
  • Norman
  • Mediaeval
  • War of the Roses
  • Tudor
  • Elisabethan
  • Puritan
  • Restoration
  • Georgian
  • Regency
  • Victorian
  • Edwardian
  • WWI (officer)
  • 1920s
  • 1930s/40s
  • 1950s (Teddy Boy)
  • 1960s (Bondlock)
  • 1970s
  • 1980s/90s (Public School/Harrowlock)
  • Contemporary: Coat, Suit, Beepants, Sheetlock

(via anotherwellkeptsecret)

georgetakei:

Would you pay this much for a television? 
The reviews left me in stitches.

MY GRANDPA WANTED TO BE AN ARTIST

honerablerosemary:

BUT HE HAD 7 KIDS AND A WIFE TO FEED SO HE ENDED UP OWNING A GROCERY STORE AFTER SERVING IN WW2

TODAY MY DAD WAS CLEANING THE HOUSE AND FOUND SOME PENCIL DRAWINGS THAT MY GRANDPA DID AND ASKED IF I WANTED TO HAVE THEM AND I

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CAN WE JUST LOOK AT THIS

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MY BAD WEBCAM PICTURES DON’T EVEN DO THEM JUSTICE LIKE LOOK AT THESE

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MY GRANDPA NEVER BECAME A FAMOUS ARTIST

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BUT I WANT TO MAKE HIM KNOWN

(via ghislainem70)

Tags: wow

moonblossom:

lumos5001:

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

cheese-wheels:

MADAME VASTRA AND JENNY ARE JUST SO GREAT TOGETHER LIKE KDHFKJSHF

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This was a total Big Damn Heroes moment :D

SWORD WIELDING VICTORIAN LESBIAN WIVES

DESCENDING FROM THE CEILING TO KICK ASS

and then there’s Strax

All I want in life is for these three to get their own show.

(via strangeselkie)

januarymarlinquin said: Hi! I have a question on reading221b. In terms of the recommendation, are there restrictions in terms of how well known the fanfic should be? As in, can we discuss works that's relatively well-read or should we only recommend hidden gems? (also, off topic, I kinda have a major literary crush on your works but am ashamed that I've not gotten around to reviewing it yet)

januarymarlinquin:

azriona:

Hi!  Fantastic question, I’m so glad you asked!

There are no restrictions on how well a fanfic should or should not be to nominate it.  You can nominate anything from Nature & Nurture (currently the most-read Sherlock fic on AO3) on down to a fic posted yesterday that’s had two hits, provided you want a forum in which to discuss it with other fans.  So far, the nominated fics have been about half-and-half ones I’ve read and ones I’ve never heard of!  (So the threads have been really great in terms of getting some recs!)

We do have a couple of guidelines to follow, though:

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I found those guidelines right after I sent you the question and was glad that mine wasn’t on there >.>

This is good to know! Probably won’t be recommending the super popular ones since I assume most of the people who are in reading221b would have come across those but still very relieved to know that I won’t have to search for fics that few others have discovered 

Definitely - anything goes.  Just keep in mind - a fic that might seem like “everyone has read this” to you, but there’s always SOMEONE who hasn’t read it yet.  (And that goes for the big fics, too.)

One week left for nominations before we post a vote on which ones we’d like to read and discuss - have all of you made your nominations yet?

transformativetidbits said: Your write-up was so nice. I would have loved to have more time to chat, but I really enjoyed the brief moment of saying hello. Your AU panel was really very good, especially when everybody started realizing who else was in the room and what they'd written. Next year I'll be sure to get a hotel room for at least one of the nights. If you're down in the DC metro area again let me know. I'd love to meet up for Sherlock talk and such!

transformativetidbits:

azriona:

I totally loved the part where we turned into a mutual love society.  It was great fun.

I know we discussed a LOT of fics in that forum, but unfortunately I only have about six or seven written down.  I thought it’d be nice to have a list of all the fics we mentioned to share out for those who didn’t have paper and pen.  What do you think?  

Oh, great idea! I had a special Google Keep note open during the day, but it’s kind of scattered and rather cryptic, so I’ll need to do some translating and/or Googling before sharing. I think crowdsourcing the panel recc’s is a very good idea, as I’m sure many people wrote down many different things.

Exactly. I know TPP is doing something with theirs, but I thought it’d be nice to have one with ours, as well. There were a lot of fics mentioned that I’d never even HEARD of, let alone read, and I’m sure that’s true for a lot of other people too.

SO MANY FICS, SO LITTLE TIME.

lapuslazulli:

Hello, lovely flisters! Just a quick reminder that our nomination threads are still open for another week. We love the nominations that have been rolling in so far, but there are a few streams in particular where we’d welcome more nominations. Please…

transformativetidbits said: Your write-up was so nice. I would have loved to have more time to chat, but I really enjoyed the brief moment of saying hello. Your AU panel was really very good, especially when everybody started realizing who else was in the room and what they'd written. Next year I'll be sure to get a hotel room for at least one of the nights. If you're down in the DC metro area again let me know. I'd love to meet up for Sherlock talk and such!

I totally loved the part where we turned into a mutual love society.  It was great fun.

I know we discussed a LOT of fics in that forum, but unfortunately I only have about six or seven written down.  I thought it’d be nice to have a list of all the fics we mentioned to share out for those who didn’t have paper and pen.  What do you think?  

januarymarlinquin said: Hi! I have a question on reading221b. In terms of the recommendation, are there restrictions in terms of how well known the fanfic should be? As in, can we discuss works that's relatively well-read or should we only recommend hidden gems? (also, off topic, I kinda have a major literary crush on your works but am ashamed that I've not gotten around to reviewing it yet)

Hi!  Fantastic question, I’m so glad you asked!

There are no restrictions on how well a fanfic should or should not be to nominate it.  You can nominate anything from Nature & Nurture (currently the most-read Sherlock fic on AO3) on down to a fic posted yesterday that’s had two hits, provided you want a forum in which to discuss it with other fans.  So far, the nominated fics have been about half-and-half ones I’ve read and ones I’ve never heard of!  (So the threads have been really great in terms of getting some recs!)

We do have a couple of guidelines to follow, though:

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"You may be able to take a break from writing, but you can’t take a break from being a writer."

— Stephen Leigh

(Source: maxkirin, via time-converges)

strawberrypatty:

Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan’s ALS Ice Bucket Challenge (x)

Don’t talk to me. Just leave me to die.

(Source: bbuchanann)

kestrel337 replied to your post “You know what never fails to make me happy?  Responding to reviews.  I…”

Thats…a version of the song I don’t know…

Here you go.

"Fuck you, I won an Emmy."

Martin Freeman (now, probably)

"Fuck me, so did I!"

Benedict Cumberbatch, sincerely shocked.

(via vulgarweed)

(Source: adawninglight, via thetimemoves)

You know what never fails to make me happy?  Responding to reviews.  I have more that need responses, but I’m going to save them for tomorrow when I will undoubtedly need them.  (Because I’m willing to bet my headcold will be worse and tomorrow is too busy for me to rest and get better.)