"That’s a funny idea!"




This is an amazing book

when people talk about your notp




i regret this

Ah, non dovrei shippare sti due poi? xD No way, cazzo. 




late night drawing: more colours for vincent/benedict… progress slowly but surely.




I’ve never seen John Watson look at his soon to be wife like this. Ever. 

Which had to really take some very present, conscious acting to control, because Martin feels, like, this squared for Amanda. 

It was a choice on his part to not grant her looks like he gives Sherlock, and TPTB’s choice to use the takes they did to build the season. 

Again, either a monumental coincidence or…

Well, you know

Martin’s attention to detail as an actor is phenomenal. With any other aspect of the show I could easily believe that the fans put more thought into it than the people actually involved in the production…but with Martin? It’s hard for me to believe that Martin doesn’t know exactly what he’s doing.


Martin Freeman @ Oxfam Unwrapped - Rankin (x)(x)


STEP BY STEP - John Watson

- mechanical pencil, grey colour pencil, soft N1 pencil and white gel pen on A4 paper

Part 3 of my Step by Step series, Part 2  Part 1


Ultra - Hi-Res ! 2014 09 09 - Toronto - TIFF ’ The Imitation Game ’ Portraits by Jeff Vespa

Don’t click the images / follow the links above !

Instead, refer to the links below for the roughly [7000 x 4700 pixels] versions .

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Caption : TORONTO, ON - SEPTEMBER 09:  (Top row L-R) Actor Alan Leech, actor Matthew Goode, (bottom row L-R) actress Keira Knightley, actor Benedict Cumberbatch and director Morten Tyldum of “The Imitation Game” pose for a portrait during the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival on September 9, 2014 in Toronto, Ontario.  (Photos by Jeff Vespa)


Variety Studio Portraits – Toronto Film Festival [x]
"I tracked (the project), is the lingo I think, which is the only time I’ve really done that for a role. There was just something about (Alan Turing) that immediately struck a chord for me."

dramatic irony


dramatic irony is when the audience knows something that the characters do not.  


"You’re over involved because you answer quickly on twitter", says the man planning his best friend’s wedding in such an in-depth way as to even know this.

In the immortal words of Mike Stamford,




You can’t not love this.