A Compelling Plurality of Axes

This is where sketches get posted and shit gets reblogged.

thecoppercow asked: Could we have the bit with Morse explaining the chalk symbol for eternity, and Jakes thinking if it’s “an eight that’s had one too many”? (With that bonus shot of Strange looking incredulous at him.)

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What was it, getting an allotment and a dinghy together?

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Just found out someone’s been making literary analysis-notes in the margins of my (obviously thrifted) copy of Wuthering Heights.

It’s brilliant.

Now I’ve got a laptop of my own, I keep telling myself ‘don’t bring your laptop to bed.’

And I end up watching stupid British detectives well into the night anyway.

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britishdetectives:

jessalynwise:

britishdetectives:

How are your weekend plans shaping up?

Note how far apart Morse and Lewis are sitting—opposite ends of the couch. Yet in Lewis, we have THIS :

This is the difference in dynamics between the Morse & Lewis relationship and that of Lewis with Hathaway (where Lewis has the choice of setting the parameters, both verbal and non-verbal). The latter, like Lewis, is warmer, less constrained by rules and formality. Hathaway says outrageous things and Robbie finds them amusing. And they sit like this. ^^ This picture is the difference in a nutshell.

Yep. What she said.

britishdetectives:

jessalynwise:

britishdetectives:

How are your weekend plans shaping up?

Note how far apart Morse and Lewis are sitting—opposite ends of the couch. Yet in Lewis, we have THIS :

This is the difference in dynamics between the Morse & Lewis relationship and that of Lewis with Hathaway (where Lewis has the choice of setting the parameters, both verbal and non-verbal). The latter, like Lewis, is warmer, less constrained by rules and formality. Hathaway says outrageous things and Robbie finds them amusing. And they sit like this. ^^ This picture is the difference in a nutshell.

Yep. What she said.

theonewholovesbooks:

Basically.

Making fanart consists of using way too much reference and staring at your pc screen for hours at a time.

Glorious, glorious fandom life.

My grandma fits pretty perfectly in this row, and I’ve always been determined to become an awesome old lady like her when I actually get to that age.

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The only reason I’m gonna fall asleep in my bed tonight and not on the couch is because I do not own a couch.

Also I started reading Wuthering Heights when I was drunk out of my skull, and I remember bursting into tears at one point but I can’t remember what I’ve read.

It’s been an eventful day.

the-pietriarchy:

saw this comment somewhere and thought that it, and especially that quote, was right on the money about some of the behavior on here

the-pietriarchy:

saw this comment somewhere and thought that it, and especially that quote, was right on the money about some of the behavior on here

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