sherlock watercolour

I suppose this is vaguely relevant to the content of this blog seeing as I based it on Mycroft’s eye although it doesn’t really look like his eye anymore but shhh artistic licence

(watercolour in sketchbook)

“It’s not funny, you know.”

“Yes, it definitely isn’t.”

“Why did you do it, then?”

“Do what?”

“Dye all my clothes pink.”

“I didn’t. I swear. Although in retrospect I should have, as a revenge.”

“Revenge for what?”

“For weakening the threads on all my shirt buttons. They keep falling off.”

“Hey, I didn’t touch your shirts, or the buttons. It doesn’t surprise me, though, that they’ve finally given up after all the strain you’ve been putting on them for years.”

“Very funny, John. But if you didn’t manipulate the threads, who did?”

“Hm … perhaps the same person who dyed my clothes …”

(together) “Mrs. Hudson!”

For April’s @sherlockchallenge: April Fools’ Day


The first seven colour pages of my #Sherlock/London graphic novel. More to follow soon.

Below are links to the linearts for the first 55 pages (of at least 150 …), albeit without text. Also, in some cases I plan to add images to ensure a better flow of the story: