for little Moenny, Happy Birthday! eue)~ <3
(I’m never a fanart person, but hopefully it’s good enough to pass ;;)
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Practice sketches of Dr. John H. Watson of Sherlock (BBC).
I was really intimidated with drawing Sherlock characters that I spent several days making practice sketches. I started with John . I felt that he would be more understanding on the not-so-good outcome . Compared to Sherlock who would be brutally frank, obsessive compulsive and ..well you know.
sh falls asleep
It’s been a while since I made an animation, I wanted to work on one of the most beautiful shot in Sherlock: the bed scene in A Scandal in Belgravia. Traditional animation made with 28 different drawings on the same paper, it means that all the sketches in movement that you see, except the very last one, don’t exist anymore. I make a sketch, scan it, erase it and make the next one. If you look closely, you can see the lines of the previous one dissapearing slowly, they’re like ghost sketches! I’ve chose that cruel technique to create a ‘dream vision’ and because it’s easier than to do them separately.
All that’s left of this ephemeral art is the final drawing, that you can see here.
A4 paper, mechanical pencil, 2B - 4B pencil leads, kneaded eraser.
I was rewatching the season finale and felt the need to draw something Sherlocky. The first time I watched ‘The Final Problem’, I had read somewhere and was therefore under the impression, that series two may be it’s last. I don’t know how I managed to get through it and remain emotionally stable thereafter. Whew.
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