Seconding the favorite artists status of $10,000 Hiromi. One of the few people whose John and Sherlock I find equally well drawn. Bonus: John looks his age and has a slender rather than stocky build often assigned him by fanon.*
I can’t wait to see what they did for Winter Comiket!
* = for all I know he may have been bulked up for S3, but I’ve tried very hard to avoid all S3 materials, so ymmv.
Reblogging because I recently found out that $10,000 Hiromi has been ill all summer. Hoping she feels better soon.
Chrisx Design shared with us her full build of this amazing Adjutant costume. Check out her fantastic work!
I was seriously blown away when this appeared in my inbox. Check it out guys!
Couldn’t decide, so I did both :D #masterandcommander #ship #ships #tallship #aubreyad #jackaubrey #stephenmaturin #nautical #nauticalart #phonecase
I wish my sewing machine wasn’t in another country. I want to try the pattern so bad!
I cant! LOL the goose with the hat! and Arthur’s face!! This makes me so happy!
Thank you Gracia! Follow her twitter she is amazing!
Dragon*Con 2014 Costume Coverage.
Is this you? Note or go to Tawny’s Costumes and Curiosities on Facebook and tag yourself.
crowned thorin is awesome, but the other thorin is PERFECT! Congrats, folks!
Fili, you just look so pretty…
SQUEEE….. I wish I could’ve been there to hug you all!
DOS Thorin tankhera
Crowned Thorin hizsi
"I think it’s time we deduce this crime scene. Get everybody to shut up—Anderson, turn your back. OK. 3 2 1. Let’s jam!"
Why did I spend time on this. I dunno if I’ll continue this opening crossover. I do have Moriarty done for this and in the middle of finishing John’s… BUT I’m lacking motivation. Ahh -w-;
I swear there used to be the vid with the music around somewhere.
And then I fell apart)
YAT’s Summer production in 1989 was historic in every sense. Having been granted special permission to perform Willy Russell’s ‘Blood Brothers’ whilst the show was still being staged professionally at the Noël Coward Theatre in the West End, Eric Yardley, Jean Goodwin and Richard Eliot spent months organising and planning one of the most memorable YAT tours to date.
The trio set off to meet with the Theatre on Podol group in Kiev in May 1989 and an agreement was made that YAT would travel to Kiev to perform at their theatre in August/September of that year and by way of return, the Russian troupe would visit the UK in March 1990 and perform at the Hampton Court Theatre.