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Terry Westbrook-Lienert

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Out of the pages
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+TØP Girl An artist. 🎨
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Tracy Denise

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Just have to show you guys my lovely new tea mugs created by sirwatson at Redbubble.com... And what could possibly go better together than Sherlock and Moriar-TEA!  :D  (Check out these and sirwatson's other creations at http://www.redbubble.com/people/sirwatson/shop)
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+Cassandra Altman Soooo very sorry... just now figured out that Google+ thought your comments were spam and had hidden them all this time... my humblest apologies... Barnes & Noble's "Complete Sherlock Holmes" is one of my fave book purchases - absolutely gorgeous and very affordable!  And thanks for the complement on the picture! Glad ya like it... just got a little crafty with some stock paper and images I found online and printed... :)
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Hindol Chakraborty

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'Ello! I am new here.
 
Sorry if I bore you with details
My day to day schedule is askew. I am up until 2-3 am. Drawing, playing Chess and most importantly, reading. Two years ago, I harbored not a speck of interest for a 1033 page collection of stories by Arthur Conan Doyle about an egocentric cocaine addict lying in my cupboard. But I have grown a lot since then. I was reading Edward de Bono's work: "Lateral Thinking", a few weeks ago just to give my brain the kick it sorely lacked. Then I happened upon that burly volume my Mom was forcing me to read a couple of years ago. My mindset was totally different this time round, so I picked it up and started reading. One introduction by Loren Estleman later, I was definitely most intruiged. The first chapter in A Study In Scarlet later, I was hooked. Desperately. Since then I have read almost all the stories in the first volume; in a collection of two. I have come to greatly admire the eccentric genius of Holmes and the 'acute' observations made by Watson. I have got back to drawing recently and my style has drastically changed. I have also been watching the BBC series for some time. Tonight I decided to draw a faceless figure. A faceless figure with gravity. The book was lying just beside me. So I went with it. After drawing the original lineart, my interpretation looked more classic than contemporary. Then I got to coloring. I just couldn't find the perfect color. Light brown? Olive? And then, would a pitch black empty face go with those colors? So I just searched up Sherlock. I saw Mr. Eggs Benedict wearing a black pea coat with a blue muffler. I tried that combination on the previous lineart and I really liked it. So the lineart was redone in a more modern manner. I then did the hair, and I really liked what I had done. I then decided to go completely modern with the adaptation. I never thought I would look at Benedict Cumberbatch for so long. Then going complete nuts, I splashed some red onto it, gave Holmes a pipe(cause he needs it), nudged him to the side and drew a cityscape. Seeing so much negative space, I decided to add a title. I colored it red, put in my sign aaaaaand voilà! We have this. I could be happier with it, but this is it for now. Please be completely candid in your criticisms and opinions. I shall take no offense.
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+James O'Leary​ You are absolutely right. Amazingly, I already got a small audience at the BBC Sherlock community who like how I merged the two.
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Al Clark

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"Costume design for Sherlock Holmes by Sergei Eisenstein, 1922. Graphite pencil and watercolour on paper."
http://www.theguardian.com/film/2016/feb/13/from-battleship-potemkin-to-baker-street-sightseeing-with-sergei-eisenstein
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Terry Westbrook-Lienert

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On Sunday, I tried to post a button with this message on it, but the photo came out blurry. So, here's a poster of the same.
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Like it!
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Terry Westbrook-Lienert

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The second button
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Tracy Denise

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Happy Birthday, Sherlock Holmes!!! (According to Christopher Morley, and accepted by most fans, our beloved consulting detective was born January 6, 1854...)
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Tracy Denise

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Just deduce it.  :)
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Yến Nhi Phan

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My first sketch about Sherlock Holmes
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Love it!
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Al Clark

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As a kid, I loved Classic Illustrated comics. I don't recall this particular one.
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I wish I still had my early issues. Like the Howard Pyle editions with embossed bindings, one is holding art.

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Book Beads

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Super Sleuth Sherlock

I love being able to pick and choose and this set takes the cake! Lots of fabulous Sherlock-themed iconography in 4 jam-packed panels. Heaven!

SOURCE https://www.etsy.com/listing/110637748/sherlock-holmes-charms-sherlock-pipe?ref=shop_home_active_18

#sherlock #sherlockholmes  #bbc #detective #forensics   #arthurconandoyle   #221B   #baker #st   #watson   #elementary   #sleuth   #fingerprint   #handwriting   #analysis   #pewter   #charms   #metal   #collectible   #bracelet  #csi #literary   #gifts   #forher   #forhim   #bookworm   #iamsherlocked   #lestrade   #studyinpink   
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There's something for everyone with this collection that covers Sherlock books, movies and the TV (BBC) series. The beauty lies in picking the ones that strike each of us the most. 😊
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Book Beads

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Throwback Thursday: Sherlock and devil dogs

The Hound of the Baskervilles is the third novel published and is hailed for its gothic, creepy edge, mist covered moors, murder and horrific hounds. Conan Doyle at his best.


SOURCE http://www.amazon.com/Sherlock-BASKERVILLES-Book-Cufflinks-Beads/dp/B01GP76SV6?


#SherlockHolmes   #houndofthebaskervilles   #watson   #devil   #dogs   #clay   #minibook   #charms   #bookbead   #cufflinks   #for   #men   #gifts   #fathersday   #dad   #literary   #bookish   #bbc   #fashion   #accessories   #novelty   #geeky   #teacher   #english   #lit  
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Michael Freitag

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Doug Ledford

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I bought this pipe chest for $10. 
 
How many envious +'s do I get?
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I bought it back in the late 70's or early 80's and also fashioned it for pipes.  They were originally fitted with a dart board.  Good Bargain!
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Terry Westbrook-Lienert

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A good photo of the button! Yay!
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Terry Westbrook-Lienert

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My apologies that the photo isn't quite clear.
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+Paul Golden I'll post a clearer pic of this shortly
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Terry Westbrook-Lienert

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One of three buttons glorifying the Master Detective🔎📖✒🔬
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Tracy Denise

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"I am an omnivorous reader with a strangely retentive memory for trifles."
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Suhasini Ghosh

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As a child I wrote a letter to Holmes( you know, 221b, Baker Street) and surprisingly I received a reply. Later I found out, there's a museum there, and my English teacher, told me that they store every letter, written to them. Oh! I so wanna find my letter, someday in the pile!! Till then I'll just keep staring at my hot junkie genius!!!  #CumberbabeForever  !!
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I have serious doubts that they keep every letter. The corkboard upstairs has examples of letters sent, but I wouldn't say it's complete, nor that they archive them afterward. In fact, I've never heard of that.

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