While everyone are into Parentlock, I’m drawing some Pirate!Lock.
I am always ashamed to show my drawing, but I guess I am too tired to mind right now.
Will delete later.7AM right now! I should seriously sleep! Obviously Sherlock’s hair is too fluffy so he can’t wear properly the hat.
Captain Holmes Captures the Red-Headed League
This week’s art installment is a little kid version of Holmes and Watson! They are pirates, and they are ADORABLE. Look at little Watson with his pop-gun, trying to look intimidating…
I have my reasons for putting my little piece of Kidlock in the Victorian era. I mean, just look at the embarrassing things little boys had to wear! I couldn’t resist! The story I based this off of is “The Red-Headed League,” of course, which in my opinion is one of the funniest stories in the canon. It was fun to rework the ending into a kid-friendly adventure.
That being said, SOMEONE PLEASE MAKE MY DRAWING INTO A FIC. I’m a dreadful writer, otherwise I’d do it myself. In return I’ll, um… draw you something? If you want?
Anyway, you can find this on RedBubble here.
John stared at the boy in front of him - not that he was much better in that department, which was weird to say the least of things, being back in the body of his fourteen year old self so to speak - and didn’t quite know what to think yet again.
Sherlock Holmes was grinning at him. Honest-to-goodness like the child he currently was.
“Right! That’s sorted, then. I’ll be the Captain, and you can be my First Officer. Good?”
John nodded. And for a moment, he wondered how the kid in front of him could possibly become the detective he had become so used to.
[Snippet and look into the head of my Time Travel fic. Enjoy?]
I’m Sherlock Holmes, the world’s only pirate detective.
I’m not going to explain how I do what I do, because you almost certainly wouldn’t understand. If you’ve got a problem that you want me to solve or a ship you can’t capture, then contact me.
Interesting cases only, please.
(If you need assistance, contact me via “Argh” on my blog and we’ll discuss its potential.)