Hello and happy weekend, my friends! I was tagged by the practically-perfect-in-every-way @amorluzymelodia (seriously, she looks like Julie Andrews) to tell you more about myself. I’ll try to keep this interesting!
If you thought that the Sherlock fandom has been insane the past two weeks, just you wait.
Next Sunday is our season finale and you know exactly how well those go. And for this one, the director of the episode said he’s “so sorry” and Moffat and Gatiss said it would be even more of a cliffhanger than Reichenbach.
(⊙﹏⊙✿) Ooookay. I had the sketch stuffed in the virtual back of my art folder… never to see the light of the internet…ever. And then today i opened my Sai and suddenly this happened. In basically one go.
Full version should be unter the cut.. if.. i am not messing this up. I hope i don’t.
What really knocks me out is a book that, when you’re all done reading it, you wish the author that wrote it was a terrific friend of yours and you could call him up on the phone whenever you felt like it.
“La prima volta che ti vidi non avrei mai immaginato che saresti diventato talmente importante per me. Non avrei mai nemmeno osato credere che mi avresti resa felice solamente con la tua presenza, una cosa così semplice, ma che vale così tanto.”
It’s perfectly understandable to sympathize with Pearl and her problems, but it’s also perfectly understandable to wish for just once a small child did not have to be her emotional punching bag while she works it out.
I commissioned inchells to draw Pippin with an otter friend and the result is perfection - Pip’s gleeful little face and the otter’s waving paws and everything, I absolutely love it. Thank you so much Eve! I’ve always wanted some inchells art and this is even better than I expected, I’m thrilled by how well (and quickly!) this turned out and honestly couldn’t be happier. <3