[Flash Player 9.0 required] You might need to wait for a while for it to load and no I didn't put a loading screen because I am forgetful. And I'll die a little inside if something in this interactive goes wrong on your computer ;_;
HAPPY HALLOWEEN EVERYONE.
This is my gift to all of you lovely people whether you like it or not LOL
So. Um. Now you finally understand the severity of my obsession with crossovers ROFL IDONTEVEN. Ever since buying the artbook for Alice:Madness Returns, I have been tremendously inspired by the SpicyHorse design team...and since we all know Sherlock can be crossed with literally ANY universe, I decided to take a leap of faith and see where this would go.
(This scene in particular is inspired by this trailer of A:MR --> [link])
It turned out dreadfully short due to time restrains. I actually had an entire prelude planned out with the rest of the Sherlock characters interacting with characters of the twisted Wonderland...but alas, what is this thing called time management sob
I really apologize for the awkward quality, since I had to finish this in tight hours alongside hW just in time for Halloween (I've never painted so fast and carelessly in my life rofl). It's really a little sad because I would've done a much better job especially on sound mixing if only school assignments aren't looming over my head like vultures. In the end I had to resort to mostly using shitty recordings done a year ago for my media class so please don't put on recording headphones, it'll probably sound like BS except amplified LOL...still, my love for sound mixing will never die~
And I'm not even going to start on the pacing and image transitions, just that if I ever show this to my instructor he's probably gonna choke on his herbal tea and kick me out of the room.
Anyways, did you actually just read all that? GET OUT THERE AND GET SOME CANDY WHEN YOU STILL GOT THE CHANCE. ------------------------------ Sherlock (c) BBC Alice: Madness Returns (c) American McGee/ EA/ Spicy Horse
SHERLOCK: THE GAME IS ON (A Crime Solving Puzzle RPG)
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“Did you really think you could defeat me boy?! I'm Sherlock BLEEDING Holmes. Have you SEEN the size of my magnifying glass?! IT'S ENORMOUS!”
Well, I hope you all like this! It's a Sherlock parody of the awesome opening to the show Gravity Falls. I tried to have as many shoutouts as I could to everything I could think of.
This was GREAT practice in all things scene-framing. Character designs were based to look like main characters (IE: Eyes touching, simple hair, ect.) They don't look great, but, hey, can't win 'em all.
Sherlock is owned by the BBC. Gravity Falls is owned by Disney.
Here is my new flash dress up game for the BBC series Sherlock! (Now featuring sheet, shock blanket and the purple shirt of sex) . . . I was patiently awaiting the new episode, and since I wanted to get back into Flash anyway, I thought this might be a good way to do it. I have an old game in my gallery, submitted around 3 years ago, which is utter crap and somehow ended up being my most viewed and favorited deviation. Don't you just hate when that happens?
I plan on tweaking this game, as well as uploading further items/clothing, as I go along. So if you have any suggestions for something you'd like to have in the dress up, be it canon or not, let me know! I might make a John one too, but I'll have to see how bored I get waiting for the last episode next week.