frame noir


HEY IT’S A (really late) VALENTINE’S DAY SEQUEL TO THIS! You should really look at that to understand what’s going on, but as a quick backstory to this, Adrien found out the scarf he thought his dad gave him was from Marinette, it upset him too much so he gave it back to her.

And then I hated that it was just angst so I made this to make up for it? What started as a one page thing turned into a too-many-pages thing. Hence being like… 2 weeks later for V-day. Oh well! Enjoy!

Also, as for what Marinette actually got Adrien…

A lot of people asked for this one (you all sinners), so I decided to took my time and made an animation. And that’s why it took me almost 3 week (so sorry for being late!)

I was going to colored it but photoshop is crashed on me tonight. So…maybe later…who knows. There are some obvious mistakes cause like…this is my 5th animation?but is a good practice and i actually enjoy doing them.

Kiss art challenge

(I’m not taking more requests, I’m just finishing the ones I’ve previously had)


Since I couldn’t find a Miraculous version of the who broke it things here take this and run

Also, Nino is dressed in @tides-miraculous‘s Jade Turtle design



(via Holdsworths | Now being handbuilt again in the UK using clas… | Flickr)

Now being handbuilt again in the UK using classic geometries and Reynolds tubing…probably linked to success of Eroica events but, still nice to see.

That’s the trouble with doctored footage, the real story is still out there

SHERLOCK: Do your research. I’m not a hero. I’m a high functioning sociopath… sociopath… sociopath.

SHERLOCK: I see. Who is supposed to have shot him, then?

SIR EDWIN: Some over-eager squaddie (…), that’s who.

SHERLOCK: That’s not what happened at all.

MYCROFT: It is now.

LADY SMALLWOOD: Remarkable. How did you do it?

SIR EDWIN: We have some very talented people working here. If James Moriarty can hack every TV screen in the land, rest assured we have the tech to… doctor a bit of security footage. That is now the official version; the version anyone we want to will see.

Season 4 starts with reality being rewritten. Sherlock, we are told doesn’t need a pardon because, now, the story everyone will see is that he never killed Magnussen.

Sir Edwin also compares what they’re doing with what Moriarty has done. And what will the world remember?

SHERLOCK: I’m a high functionning sociopath.

That is now the official version of Sherlock Holmes. The one anyone will see. The one who killed Magnussen out of love, to protect John Watson, will not leave this room.

And it works, mostly. Back to Baker Street and Detective3000 is back to solving cases and generally not being capable of human emotions.

Until shit hits the fan. But even then, the sociopath isn’t really gone.

Sherlock swears to protect Mary but his arrogance angered Norbury and got Mary killed. Sherlock saves John Watson but was extremely manipulative.

The Final Problem started the same way Season 4 began.

With a doctored footage.

Mycroft loves that straight romance between the leads, he repeats their lines. A film noir, a pessimistic story. The detective story who, apparently, has a lead attracted to femmes fatales.

But the second the title appears, a new story appears.

It’s not only the movie, that’s being affected, it’s the episode itself.

Hamlet had a play-within-a-play. Sherlock has a movie-within-a-movie.

Hidden between two frames of a classic ‘noir film’, we have the Holmes family.

Make no mistake. Sherlock didn’t add a new story after the ‘noir film’.

They are both entertwinted.

Two stories are being told at the exact same time. A detective story, and a story about a detective. The thing is, only one can be shown and the struggle is actually who is going to stay long enough to be noticed.

And here’s the thing, Gatiss/Mycroft was originally watching a fictional ‘classic’ noir film. But the truth is, it also was a story of a detective.

Season 4 started with Mycroft changing the real story to get what he wanted. The Final Problem began with Sherlock manipulating the noir film until the story became about his life to get the truth.

Mycroft hid Eurus from the rest of the world, the exact same way he hid what Sherlock Holmes has become. He’s decided to change the story.

But the character is rebelling with this new version of him, with what Mycroft/Gatiss has made him to the public.

And at the end of the day, when Sherlock’s story seems to have won, Sherlock, pretending to be Eurus/his emotionnal side only says two words.


And it’s now time to destroy the film noir Mycroft loved so much.