Illustration and Design

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noisymouse:

Quick sketches: Sherlock and Redbeard

Lol you guys really like this one. The comments and tags you are adding are cracking me up. With every sad smilie face in the tags, I can feel my power growing stronger… muahahahaha

noisymouse:

Quick sketches: Sherlock and Redbeard

Lol you guys really like this one. The comments and tags you are adding are cracking me up. With every sad smilie face in the tags, I can feel my power growing stronger… muahahahaha

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Here’s an old old old school project of mine, a book cover for an awesome book called The Vesuvius Club by Mark Gatiss. By special request I’ve made it available as a print, for a limited time, on deviantart or redbubble.
(On redbubble I had to put a mature content flag on it cause of the opium pipe lmao)

Here’s an old old old school project of mine, a book cover for an awesome book called The Vesuvius Club by Mark Gatiss. By special request I’ve made it available as a print, for a limited time, on deviantart or redbubble.

(On redbubble I had to put a mature content flag on it cause of the opium pipe lmao)

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allthebellsinvenice:

Guess who just arrived on my doorstep?!? They are so beautiful! My horrendous phone photo does them no justice. Vivid and rich, on gorgeously heavy paper. Subtly coordinated with each other in style, spirit, and color, but not obnoxiously matchy-matchy. Bravo to the artist, noisymouse​! I got them on Redbubble, which was trouble-free and fast. My day is made! My beautiful beautiful OTP come to life *faints*

Ooh guys check it out!
I really wish I could use redbubble to make prints when I start doing artist alleys next year, but even to order my own prints, it costs me 70% of the public retail price, and that’s just not cost effective… even with the print quality being soo much better than the local print shop I use, unfortunately.

allthebellsinvenice:

Guess who just arrived on my doorstep?!? They are so beautiful! My horrendous phone photo does them no justice. Vivid and rich, on gorgeously heavy paper. Subtly coordinated with each other in style, spirit, and color, but not obnoxiously matchy-matchy. Bravo to the artist, noisymouse​! I got them on Redbubble, which was trouble-free and fast. My day is made! My beautiful beautiful OTP come to life *faints*

Ooh guys check it out!

I really wish I could use redbubble to make prints when I start doing artist alleys next year, but even to order my own prints, it costs me 70% of the public retail price, and that’s just not cost effective… even with the print quality being soo much better than the local print shop I use, unfortunately.

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Sherlock Art Nouveau
Dear God, what is it like in your funny little brains?
Based on the classic Mucha poster Princezna Hyacinta (Princess Hyacinth). Sherlock has so many quirks and idiosyncrasies that it was fun to brainstorm the visual elements for this piece. The bees are a nod to the original books where Sherlock keeps bees in his retirement, something that the BBC show also has fun with, (for instance, one of the cupboards at 221B Baker Street has a honeycomb pattern on the door!) and also, I think Sherlock’s mind is probably rather like a beehive, organized and functional and always busy, always buzzing. It seemed an appropriate visual. The three molecular diagrams are for nicotine, adrenaline, and dopamine (an addiction hormone). The pattern behind Sherlock is part of a map of London, specifically Brixton, which is the area where they found the last body in A Study in Pink.
I originally drew this without the riding crop. I was going to put up both versions but you know what, everyone likes this one better, so, here. Much thanks to allthebellsinvenice for suggestions and critiques!
Prints are available here on my redbubble account. Please note that the image on redbubble is lighter than the print you will receive. I ordered a test print myself before I put this up and I’m pleased with the colours.
Also in this series: Molly Hooper. Next up: John Watson.

Sherlock Art Nouveau

Dear God, what is it like in your funny little brains?

Based on the classic Mucha poster Princezna Hyacinta (Princess Hyacinth). Sherlock has so many quirks and idiosyncrasies that it was fun to brainstorm the visual elements for this piece. The bees are a nod to the original books where Sherlock keeps bees in his retirement, something that the BBC show also has fun with, (for instance, one of the cupboards at 221B Baker Street has a honeycomb pattern on the door!) and also, I think Sherlock’s mind is probably rather like a beehive, organized and functional and always busy, always buzzing. It seemed an appropriate visual. The three molecular diagrams are for nicotine, adrenaline, and dopamine (an addiction hormone). The pattern behind Sherlock is part of a map of London, specifically Brixton, which is the area where they found the last body in A Study in Pink.

I originally drew this without the riding crop. I was going to put up both versions but you know what, everyone likes this one better, so, here. Much thanks to allthebellsinvenice for suggestions and critiques!

Prints are available here on my redbubble account. Please note that the image on redbubble is lighter than the print you will receive. I ordered a test print myself before I put this up and I’m pleased with the colours.

Also in this series: Molly Hooper. Next up: John Watson.

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