Supernatural Collaborative Project Outline
The Supernatural fandom is a diverse, creative, and multi-talented fandom; and as much fun as I had participating in the first #LetsDrawSherlock event and watching others do so as well, I would love to bring that experience to this fandom too, in order to showcase its diversity of art and style and creative energy, in a similar fashion. :)
Ehehehehe I did it again. But the quality is so awful. If someone knows why, please tell me… I start to feel desperate.
Let’s Draw Sherlock!!
Mucha : Moon and the Stars series.
i think watson and sherlock as children are friggin adorable
threw in a fawnlock and batjohn to fill in empty space
“Hmph,” Sherlock said scornfully instead, opening his book to where he had left off, in the middle of gruesome account about a man and his dubious, dangerous usage of a Snarfalump. There were an awful lot of tentacled plants, Sherlock noted.
“What are you reading?” John asked.
“It’s not anything you would be interested in,” Sherlock replied.
John tilted his head sideways and read aloud, “‘1001 Deadly Plants and Their Particularly Dangerous Uses.’ Oh, that sounds…’”
Sherlock clutched the edges of the book tight, and waited for it. Weird. Boring. Strange. Unhealthy.
“Really cool,” John finished. “Like poisons and things, right?”
“Yes, exactly,” said Sherlock, letting out a little breath he didn’t know he had been holding. “But not just that, that’s obvious. There are more creative uses, too. For example, did you know that a treacherous Devil’s Snare looks exactly like the innocuous household Flitterbloom? Switch one for the other, and you’d have the victim watering and nurturing their very own murderer.”
“Wow,” breathed John, and meant it. He was the type of person that would be a terrible liar.
“You could borrow it after I’m done,” Sherlock said generously. And then, with a hint of pride, he told John, “It is illicit material.”
“Oooh,” said John. He was impressed, Sherlock could tell, from the soft way he breathed the sound and leaned in, just a little. “I’ve never read illicit material before.”
NEW FAVOURITE (definitely cumberbatched to the brim) INTERVIEWER! Thank you for letting him speak about Hawking and van Gogh!