Teaser for chapter 10 (final chapter) of Over Hill and Under Hill which I’m currently in the process of writing. Don’t know if I’ll manage to finish it before New Year’s Day, but I’ll do my best.
Chapter 10 is up now, only it’s not the last one …
I decided to divide it because it was getting too long. The final chapter will deal with the return journey and will likely get two drawings, “How to train your detective”, the making of I’m going to post in the next couple of days under this tag, and a yet untitled one inspired by a certain photograph by Robert Doisneau. Thanks for bearing with me :).
29th and 30th in my series. I decided to do an angsty double feature for my last piece of Sherlock art in 2012, in the hope that our boys will be duly reunited in the new year.
I just did a quick count, and realised that in past year I drew over one hundred pieces of Sherlock fanart (not including countless sketches). I blame this not only on the brilliant series itself but also on the constant inspiration the Sherlock fandom provides. So here’s to all those other fanartists, authors, analysts, fanvidders, cosplayers … all those folks that make the fandom such a joy to be in. And also to my followers old and new. Thanks a lot for your support.
For Xistential Angst, who wanted a depiction of John’s calendar shot as described in her fanfic The Detective and the Pin-Up. Sherlock discovers an … interesting feature of John’s military career. Hilarity, awkwardness and sexy times ensue :).
(if there is anything in the world hotter than watching a freshly showered man wrapped in a towel and shaving — with all those weird little things they do to shave the “trouble” spots (e.g., a lower lip stretched tight over bottom teeth to get that patch right below the lip; a head tipped back impossibly far to get at that patch beneath the chin; the fingertips pulling taut the skin along the jaw just in front of the earlobe…all done while never breaking eye contact with the image in the mirror) — I haven’t encountered it.
Also a big thank you to the folks at johnlockchallenges for organising the exchange so well. I had lots of fun with the prompt, so much in fact that I did two drawings. Hope you like the results.
Although the second pic is just a lame excuse for showing more of the boys’ bodies … ;)