20 YEAR OLD TRASH FROM VA CALLED ALEX
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lascocks:

wholockedforever:

cumberbitchsandwich:

Holy GORGEOUS.

I NEED THIS ON MY BLOG.

tongue action 

oh my god 

sherlockscoat:

overconfidence-and-a-screwdriver:

When “A Scandal in Belgravia” aired, I think it’s safe to say that the thought of a riding crop conjured up images of the sex-charged reimagination of Irene Adler in the minds of the Sherlock fandom.

But lest we forget, Sherlock Holmes was no stranger around a crop himself. In fact, in the original Arthur Conan Doyle stories, it was described as his favorite weapon by John Watson. Having recently purchased my own riding crop, I wanted to pay homage to the classic stories with my modern BBC Sherlock costume.

WE INTERRUPT THIS HORSESPAM FOR AN AWESOME SHERLOCK COSPLAY

and it is SO awesome indeed

cumberbitchsandwich:

This fight scene doesn’t get enough kudos.

bloomist:

robynium:

In which Sherlock goes from friendly to angry in mere seconds

Doesn’t it look like he’s saying

“Yeah, we actually do  MAKE OUT.”

?

ishipjohnlock247:

cumberbitchsandwich:

whimsycatcher:

“When I say run…”

In case it’s hard to tell, or if you just haven’t seen s2e1 of BBC’s Sherlock, that’s Benedict Cumberbatch under all that fabric! ;D Took a break from some bigger projects to do this… I just wanted to draw his rather intriguing eyes (or just one of them) so I thought this particular scene would be perfect to reference. 

Anyone else wonder how he was able to take on so many armed men… with just a machete? XD

- mechanical pencil on Moleskin watercolour paper 
- editing & colour addition in Photoshop

Holy SHIT.

oh my fuckin christ!! dead!! I’m dead!!

yarpdarp:

DOO WEE -OOF

lostconner:

playing  violin