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SaskatchewanStardust wrote me again the most amazing sick!Sherlock story . As I said before I loved it very, very dearly. awwwh. I hope he will come back soon to his DI. <3 Sherlock really needs someone to take care of him.

I wanted to give you something in return, my dear because you wrote me so many and so long stories. :-)




After Reichenbach. Sherlock and Lestrade. During his suicide mission to destroy Moriartys network, Sherlock comes back to London but is still hiding.

This is a scene from The "Life And Death Of Holden Jones" written by the amazing and kind SaskatchewanStardust .


"His hands are shaking; he becomes acutely aware of them. Why are they shaking? The DI is he still? No, he is. Mycroft had promised Lestrade would not lose his job; he had promised does not see him. Lestrade crosses to the opposite platform, away from him. He peers around the wall. He has to see."

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JellybeanPimp Jan 1, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Absolutely lovely~!
I hope that Sherlock remembers who cares for him most and comes back soon!
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:icongwydion-chan:
thank you my dear. I also hope that. :-)
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:icondna-the-authoress:
I'd gush over this drawing...

But I'm pretty sure that whatever I want to say, SaskatchewanStardust has already said. XD

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:icongwydion-chan:
awwh thank you for your comment, my dear. :-) :glomp:
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:icondna-the-authoress:
You're very welcome! :glomp:
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the-improbable-ive Dec 31, 2012  Student General Artist
this is so beautiful. i'm IN LOVE with sherlock's curls and expression, and as someone who struggles with backgrounds, i'm in awe of the setting. it's so...watercolour-y. new word, i guess. anyway, good job!
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:icongwydion-chan:
Thank you for saying so. :-) I am so happy to hear that you like it so much. :-) You made me very happy with your words. :-)
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the-improbable-ive Dec 31, 2012  Student General Artist
:D you're welcome!
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SaskatchewanStardust Dec 31, 2012
I do not know if I can type this comment through the tears in my eyes but I will try.:) Oh, my wonderful friend, I cannot tell you in a thousand words how special I feel knowing that you draw me such wonderful beautiful pictures to go alongside my little story. You are so wonderful :hug: You do not need to draw me pictures and yet you do so anyways, out of kindness. You are so lovely and kind, my dear, even if you had not drawn beautiful sketches for me I would say this. You are wonderful! I do not know what I have done to deserve such a wonderful friend but I am so happy that I have you as a friend. Thank you enormously for all of your kindness; I only wish I could show you this same kindness in return. :huggle: hehe I am sentimental today .. But I appreciate you so much, my friend, and I hope you know this.

I am so touched that you would make this wonderful art for me! It is everything that I wanted and more :) What a beautiful, beautiful, picture! You must have worked so hard on it; oh my friend I love you ever so much! :hug:

I love the colours; especially the blues. This pallette of blue and grey are Sherlock's colours, without a doubt. But while in some of your lovely drawings the colours are faded and wispy, here they are very deep and very real. It looks very very nice this way, as it suits the scene. And what a lovely colour blue-green! I love that colour :heart: The way that Sherlock's sweater is black dappled with the blue; god it is so beautiful! So beautiful. I love that the train is also a pretty blue-green, and that both these things - the train and the sweatshirt - stand out against the grey of the station... Wow it is just fantastic.

Such an amazing picture! You've drawn the whole background of the tube stop and what an incredible background it is! Such amazing detail and your use of light is beautiful. All perspectives are absolutely perfect. You constantly amaze me with your art and your abilities. How very talented you are, my friend. And aww I love also how the picture is set up, with Sherlock in the foreground and Lestrade a level behind.

I love how close we are to Sherlock when we look at this picture. We feel as though we are with him and we feel this pain he is feeling. Indeed, he is so very vulnerable here, and anyone might be able to look into his heart as we do. You have perfectly captured his pain on his face- he looks so terribly sad and distraught and vulnerable! You draw the emotion perfectly on his face! Because at this time, he cannot hold up the mask any longer, he shows who he is, and he is broken. He looks so so broken here, just as he is. God there is so much raw emotion in this piece and in his face. It is fantastic. You amaze me time after time. He looks so upset and so miserable the poor thing :'( I love how you have drawn his sweatshirt too big for him, with the hood much wider than his little delicate neck and how the hood is too big and it helps him hide. There is so much pain in his eyes... oh I just want to hug him (but he wants to badly to hug his Lestrade awww poor thing)

Lestrade looks so wonderful, as ever. I love the way you draw him. How handsome he looks here! Aww with his lovely grey hair and his little hands in his pockets ohhh he is beautiful :heart: And he turns just a bit, confused, perhaps he has only heard a sound - but I know that secretly although he has no way of knowing Sherlock is in London he is hoping against hope that somehow it is Sherlock (because he is always hoping, even if it is unconciously, that somehow one day, Sherlock will reappear). And yet Sherlock is there, and how I wish - how Sherlock wishes - he could turn round and go to him, run to him and be held. But he cannot; he must find the rest of Moriarty's web and destroy it, and his heart is broken and so is mine when I look at this picture!! What a powerful, beautiful, striking image.

Oh, and the way Sherlock clutches himself, clutches the front of his sweatshirt as his face crumples into despair... God my heart aches for him. And he is so sick and so lonely and heartbroken. God I cannot praise you enough for the emotion on his face in this picture. Wow. (And I know I have said this many times but I love the way you draw Sherlock's hair aww all his curls)

I love you, my friend :glomp: thank you for the beautiful picture. I am so honoured.
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