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Photomanip/digital art by Sherlock'sScarf.

I've been reading earlgreytea68's wonderful Sherlock WIP, Nature vs. Nurture. Unfortunately, my picture doesn't really work with the timeline, but it only happened because of my fascination with earlgreytea68's wonderful Ollie. If you haven't read it, you can find this delightful fic at AO3.

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My own fics can be read on AO3, LJ or FF.

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I made the above photomanip/digital art to accompany Chapter 11 of Skyfullofstars' gorgeous WIP, Sherlock & John Rebellion of Angels: Acclamations. I couldn't get the image out of my head from the excerpt below, and as I often do in that situation, I had to create the image to soothe the muse. It's a bit like having to sing/listen to a song that has become an earworm, only with photoshop. ;)

I'm not going to explain the acorn - you'll have to read the fic for that. *spoilers!*
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Excerpt from Sherlock & John Rebellion of Angels: Acclamations, by Skyfullofstars (reprinted with permission):




John looks down at the photograph. He ignores the fold lines and stares at the picture. Then he looks up at Sherlock.

"I knew he resembled you but I had no idea –"

"You've got it wrong way round, as usual, John. I resemble him."

John bends his head to again stare at the photograph. He glances incredulously from the photograph to Sherlock and back again. He frowns at the too familiar head of tumbled curls and wide cheekbones, pale skin and full lips.

Nicholas Holmes stands in the exact center of the photograph, a slight smile on his face. His right hand is on his older son's shoulder and his left rests on a very young Sherlock's shoulder. All three of them smile into the camera, but in Sherlock's case, the smile is an wide grin. John just saw that same grin, a scant hour ago, in the photograph in the library.He stares.


Other than the obvious glowing copper shade of Nicholas Holmes' hair, John could be looking at a recent photograph of Sherlock himself.


If you haven't read this wonderful series, you're in for a treat, but I'd recommend starting with the first part, There But For The Grace Of John Watson. These are novel-length fics, people - prepare for hours of fanfiction joy (and angst, of course).

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In response to a reply to a prompt on the kinkmeme - uploaded here so I can post a reply.
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I don't know what gets into me sometimes...
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I've been meaning to make a cover for Skyfullofstars' The Boys of Baker Street for ages. Tonight, I finally did something about it.

Read this gorgeous Johnlock fic, if you haven't. However, you need to read There But For The Grace Of John Watson
the first book in the series (yes, they're books - Sky writes novel-length fics), or this one won't make sense. They're amazing
stories, and you get to read two fantastic, free books about our Baker Street boys. There is no downside. So why are you still here?

Links: Skyfullofstars on AO3 and FF
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I'm reading BeautifulFiction's amazing "The Stars Move Still" Sherlock/John AU. The idea of a Sherlock-Moriarty chimera caused by possession just grabbed me so hard, and I couldn't rest until I'd made this photomanip. Then I figured, why not make it into a cover? Keep looking until you see it.

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This is all Roane's fault.

 If you wouldn't write sexy PWP like this, I wouldn't keep making photomanips of Sherlock for your fics, Roane.

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I woke up with a picture in my head of a cover for this wonderful fic (read it here) by emma de los nardos. So I had to create it. It looks almost exactly like I pictured it in my mind, which makes me happy.

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I can't seem to stop trying to create more versions of "industrial musician" Sherlock from roane72's marvelous WIP, Pull The Stars From The Sky. Here he is again!



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Playing around with original Sherlock Holmes illustration tonight:

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