The results look so amazing, from start to finish they all look so spectacular! This was really fun to do and the final outcome paid off, just look at ‘em! I’m glad I got to do another one of these with another set of really skilled artists!
To all those who didn’t get picked, but would like to join in another one, just watch out for my announcements! I’ll be doing these a lot. If you don’t wanna wait, try doing it with your own friends! It’s full of guaranteed fun!
BASIC IDEA: A MAN (John) wears a FACADE (Mary) to hide his SOUL … his 'true self’ (Sherlock).
All three characters are representing Sherlock. Sherlock is debating with himself in his head …. on his MInd-Stage (like we all do sometimes when we ask ourselves stupid or clever questions to find a fitting decision).
“John, you are addicted to a certain lifestyle. You’re abnormally attracted to dangerous situations and people … so is it truly such a surprise that the woman you’ve fallen in love with conforms to that pattern?”
“But she wasn’t supposed to be like that. Why is she like that?”
“Because you chose her ……”
Viewed from a 'Triple-Sherlock-Perspektive’:
A ver angry MAN questions himself: “Hey, tell me SOUL, why is my FACADE like this?
SOUL sighing: "Why? Oh, for God’s sakes, MAN! Because you chose your FACADE like that! That’s why!”
The MAN furiously: “Why is everything …. always …. MY FAULT?!”
Interesting. Especially if one considers other descriptions of Sherlock. The ones coming from Mycroft … or Sherlock’s own BRAIN. But then … the ultimate source of those ugly ideas is most likely big brother after all.
You always were so stupid.
Such a disappointment.
You’re a very stupid little boy. An idiot. Mummy and Daddy are very cross … slow little brother …
Well, maybe a lot of things have always been little Sherlock’s fault as well ….
This part of the Watson-Domestic-Scene never made any sense to me. Why would it be John’s fault that Mary is an assassin, a liar, such a bad girl? John choosing Mary didn’t turn her into an assassin. She obviously was all of this long before she met John. John played no part in the way Mary lived her former life. Therefore it simply can’t be his fault. Viewed on a surface level this scene doesn’t make any sense at all.
Turning the case round:
“Sherlock, you are addicted to a certain lifestyle. You’re abnormally attracted to dangerous situations and people … so is it truly such a surprise that the man/the facade you’ve fallen in love with conforms to that pattern?”
Does it fit?
I leave you to your own deductions. Thanks @callie-ariane for the scripts.