|27 Sep 2006|| Cairn|
Brilliant concept! It's an awesome piece of work. *tries to hold back fangirlish squeal at the sight of the baby dragon* Must... contain... the urge...
|27 Sep 2006|| Anonymous|
Awesome picture, did it take you a long time to make it?
|27 Sep 2006|| Heidi Hecht|
Hey, I've heard worse. . .I love Sherlock Holmes and this picture is cool!
|7 Dec 2006|| Anonymous|
I love your dragon and it is done with a lot of talent. I see someone thought it was a snake? to bad they missed it. Your art is great.
|16 Dec 2006|| Anonymous|
Wow! What an excellent concept! The composition and stlye of this picture are also excellent.
|18 Jan 2007|| Haley N. 'Everlorn' Baker|
You are my hero. I am an avid Sherlockian as well as fantasy freak and I've been plotting to put the two together for years. This is incredibly talented and I'm so glad to see Holmes fanart on the Wood!
|18 Jun 2007|| Mynja Lyngheim|
I was wondering about that milk + snake thing to. I didn't expect to find a Sherlock Holmes drawing in here (just searching for fun), and such good drawing to! And even a Mod's Choise! =D
|26 Oct 2007|| Zipangote|
Ah, that explains the strange behaviour of the snake in Doyle's story; it was a miniature dragon all along. Nice pic. Holmes' left thumb's in wrong place, though.
|29 Sep 2008|| Katherine E Liu|
The milk and hearing thing does not make sense, but I think Doyle believed in the myth that milk snakes are in cow barns to drink the milk from the cows. Snakes can only hear vibrations on the ground. However I am also a Sherlock fan and not surprised to see some stuff here about him, after all there are pastiches about him being with Dracula and real hell hounds.
But little dragons imported from India and Victorian England do mix.