I used this image because I’ve seen it posted without a source SO many times. (I’m looking at you Disney fandom)
Artwork - [x]
I’m gonna go ahead and signal boost the living fuck out of this.
ALSO, Chrome has this feature you can add as an extension. It lets you right click on an image and find the source without having to drag the picture on the desk top or without having to copy and paste the link- it just saves time. There is also SauceNao, which I believe is solely for Pixiv sources?
also, to differentiate between the original and a repost: 1.) not always failsafe, but look at the notes (especially if it’s a popular piece, those usually have notes in the thousands) 2.) go to the source tumblr to see if they have more art of the same style, or if they have more reposts of art by different artists
If I were writing Sherlock, I’d have given the plane scene a hug, dammit.
AUlock Part 1!
Stay tuned for Part 2 with more Sherlock AU’s!
Larry Grayson is often cited as one of the first openly gay entertainers to have enjoyed mass appeal, although he never made direct reference to his sexuality. (x)
Sherlock’s father is directly compared to two people in this scene when we meet him. The first is Larry Grayson. And the second, of course…
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!
Good news, everyone! ((In my best Prof. Farnsworth voice))
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my fucking heart
He is sitting on tOP OF THAT DOGS HEAD FUCK FUCK FUcK
Today the Internet, tomorrow the world!
Don’t tell me. We’re about to go over a huge waterfall
sharp rocks at the bottom?
bring it on
making fun of your kid for enjoying the things they enjoy is the quickest way to make them feel so completely isolated from you that they are more comfortable talking to strangers on the internet than you about their problems