archiaart:

cold fingertips

archiaart:

cold fingertips

moz-log:

I traced this pretty photo. 

moz-log:

I traced this pretty photo.image 

thecumbercollective:

HOW HOW HOW

Ohhhh she picked 43 because that’s Martins age
I do vocal warmups all morning. Martin has started to do them as well, even in scenes when he doesn’t say anything. He might be taking the piss.
Benedict Cumberbatch. Getting prepared for sherlock. Ozcon (via benaddictmindpalace)
tumblr “update”…
Fan fiction, fan art, the way female fans celebrate what they love: this stuff isn’t a secret anymore – and it shouldn’t be a punch line anymore, either. It’s a big messy world full of amateur writing and unedited work, but it’s also got of some of the best fiction I’ve ever read, published or otherwise. You don’t have to participate in it to afford it even a modicum of respect. I’ll be the first to volunteer if you ever want to learn. But if you’re not interested in that, politely decline to answer. It’s easy to blame the celebrity, dragged into answering these questions. But really, the fault lies with the media. Please, please, please journalists: stop asking celebrities about fan fiction. Unless you’re having an in-depth conversation about fictional constructions of the actors’ personae (like the very one you’ll be presenting in your piece?), it serves no purpose. Non-fans likely don’t get it; fans think you look like a bully – because you are.

elizabethminkel on why it doesn’t matter what Benedict Cumberbatch thinks of Sherlock fanfiction. (via newstatesman)

I, like many of us, had some feelings about a certain interview this week…

(via elizabethminkel)

I AM FANGIRLING SO HARD OVER ELIZABETH RIGHT NOW! THAT’S MY GIRL!!!!!!

(via mid0nz)

johnwantsit:

GUYS.  What spectacular news!  A new blog featuring toplock fiction recs, tagged and organized by kink!

Go!  Enjoy!  Follow!  Stay up too late reading! <3

FUCK! It’s 1:30 am and I have to sleep and I find THIS?!
yeeeeeehaaaa

showmethemeatdagger:

im like 96% sure my patronus would be john and sherlock making out

archiaart:


He felt strong arms encircle him before his vision went black.

Happy birthday to my special bunnybae~

archiaart:

He felt strong arms encircle him before his vision went black.

Happy birthday to my special bunnybae~

snacksforshezza:

Ephemera I by snacksforshezza
Bloody hell, nine hours of work and 315 little bits and pieces later, I finally got it finished!

snacksforshezza:

Ephemera I by snacksforshezza

Bloody hell, nine hours of work and 315 little bits and pieces later, I finally got it finished!

darlingbenny:

greglestrade:

Ben c getting really pissed at the hobbit premiere because martin wasn’t paying attention to him is my favourite thing in the world he’s so so pissed off I could stare at the gifs for hours

fahbee:

mid0nz:

I love this wipe transition in Sherlock, The Sign of Three!

The much maligned wipe – infamous for its inclusion in “tacky” wedding videos – has recently become a regularly implemented but rarely seen, or noticed, technique. The wipe is the technique where one shot is replaced by another by the movement of an edge, or line, which replaces the previous shot by “wiping” it. By revealing a new scene, environment or space the wipe offers a spatial or temporal transition to the director. (x)

We’re shooting a wedding video alright. What are we wiping? Well. we’ve got Archie, a stand-in for— hold your horses— John. Yes, that’s right. You might think he’s Little Sherlock because curls! (I won’t argue with you.) But he’s literally and figuratively standing in for John:

Archie: What’s all that stuff in his eyes?

And grown Sherlock expecting to terrorize the child.

Sherlock: Maggots.

And Archie replies with Johnish enthusiasm:

Archie: Cool!

Grown Sherlock seems a bit surprised by the reaction, that Archie doesn’t freak out and that he sees the obvious truth. It IS cool. Sherlock hums in agreement with Archie.

Sherlock: Mmm.

Then the wipe. 
Look at what it’s doing! It replaces the little boy with the morbid interests, the boy that surprises Sherlock with their shared enthusiasm for the gross, the boy who LOVES Sherlock, who hugs him at the wedding, the boy Sherlock has, according to Archie’s mum “brought out of his shell”…

…the wipe replaces THAT kid with John…

…with a newly wedded John who’d already given Sherlock a hug that day, with the John who was so alone and who owes Sherlock so much, the John that Sherlock had brought out of his shell.

Sherlock doesn’t quite know what to do with their affection and gratitude. 

Archie loves Sherlock. Did you see THAT Mary?

 I JUST rewatched this episode and something about this scene has always made me feel bittersweet and I thought maybe it was parentlock feels or something but no, I just realized, it’s that it breaks my heart a little bit that Sherlock is getting John-like attention from this little boy who clearly adores him and has no problem showing it, meanwhile John can’t or won’t show this kind of naked, unabashed, unreserved affection towards Sherlock and it’s so awful because he needs it, so, so much, and specifically from John. He’s dying for it but he’ll never ask for it. He’s a desert of insecurity and low self-esteem and false bravado and John is the live-giving rain of friendship and admiration and love.

fahbee:

mid0nz:

I love this wipe transition in Sherlock, The Sign of Three!

The much maligned wipe – infamous for its inclusion in “tacky” wedding videos – has recently become a regularly implemented but rarely seen, or noticed, technique. The wipe is the technique where one shot is replaced by another by the movement of an edge, or line, which replaces the previous shot by “wiping” it. By revealing a new scene, environment or space the wipe offers a spatial or temporal transition to the director. (x)

We’re shooting a wedding video alright. What are we wiping? Well. we’ve got Archie, a stand-in for— hold your horses— John. Yes, that’s right. You might think he’s Little Sherlock because curls! (I won’t argue with you.) But he’s literally and figuratively standing in for John:

Archie: What’s all that stuff in his eyes?

And grown Sherlock expecting to terrorize the child.

Sherlock: Maggots.

And Archie replies with Johnish enthusiasm:

Archie: Cool!

Grown Sherlock seems a bit surprised by the reaction, that Archie doesn’t freak out and that he sees the obvious truth. It IS cool. Sherlock hums in agreement with Archie.

Sherlock: Mmm.

Then the wipe.

Look at what it’s doing! It replaces the little boy with the morbid interests, the boy that surprises Sherlock with their shared enthusiasm for the gross, the boy who LOVES Sherlock, who hugs him at the wedding, the boy Sherlock has, according to Archie’s mum “brought out of his shell”…

…the wipe replaces THAT kid with John…

…with a newly wedded John who’d already given Sherlock a hug that day, with the John who was so alone and who owes Sherlock so much, the John that Sherlock had brought out of his shell.

Sherlock doesn’t quite know what to do with their affection and gratitude. 

Archie loves Sherlock. Did you see THAT Mary?

I JUST rewatched this episode and something about this scene has always made me feel bittersweet and I thought maybe it was parentlock feels or something but no, I just realized, it’s that it breaks my heart a little bit that Sherlock is getting John-like attention from this little boy who clearly adores him and has no problem showing it, meanwhile John can’t or won’t show this kind of naked, unabashed, unreserved affection towards Sherlock and it’s so awful because he needs it, so, so much, and specifically from John. He’s dying for it but he’ll never ask for it. He’s a desert of insecurity and low self-esteem and false bravado and John is the live-giving rain of friendship and admiration and love.