francavillarts:





~~ TIME HEIST ~~ DOCTOR WHO Episode 8.05poster art by Francesco Francavilla
I was at MondoCon in Austin TX last week (btw AWESOME con, loved it!) so I wasn’t able to watch and draw the poster for Doctor WHo Ep.8.05. I did now before the new one is airing tonight :)
Cheers,FF

francavillarts:

~~ TIME HEIST ~~
DOCTOR WHO Episode 8.05
poster art by Francesco Francavilla

I was at MondoCon in Austin TX last week (btw AWESOME con, loved it!) so I wasn’t able to watch and draw the poster for Doctor WHo Ep.8.05. I did now before the new one is airing tonight :)

Cheers,
FF

lady-hakunamatata:

voldemortsblog:

Does the BBC only have one script?

I don’t know. And I really don’t like not knowing.

ashqtara:

I’ve watched Torchwood S01E13 “End Of Time” today and realised that the BBC likes it to use the same places for filming ;)

Same corridor as in Sherlock S02E03 “The Reichenbach Fall” :)

BBC YOU’RE DOING IT AGAIN! :D

(Being Human S03E01)

welcome to the bbc we have twelve actors three writers and ten props enjoy your stay

GODDAMN BBC, THIS ISN’T FUNNY!

sherlockology:

More very creative #VoteSherlock4Bafta posters and a great opportunity again to say VOTE VOTE VOTE! #VoteSherlock4BAFTA HERE

You can show your support by spreading the word and telling others why you think Sherlock should win the vote, and to make things a little easier, we’ve come up with some campaign poster templates for you to use in order to do this, which you can find HERE

Due to regional restrictions, only UK residence are able to vote, but those outside the UK can still show their support by creating a campaign poster to say why they think Sherlock should win this award and HELP SHERLOCK WIN!!!

#VoteSherlock4BAFTA

lufangirl:

Kinda want to go through with the doctorate.

lufangirl:

Kinda want to go through with the doctorate.

BBC SHERLOCK - Title Font analysis

justonelasttrick:

I’m obsessed with everything about Sherlock. Like the music, the camera style, the colors and so on. And now I’m totally into the font.

I know there are a lot of blogs about the font’s. But I would like to make a small analysis about the pretty title font.

First of all:

This is a sans serif font. Basically it means it has no “tails” aka “serif”. Because of this most of this fonts looks a little bit blocky. Examples for other sans serif fonts are: Helvetica, Verdana, Arial, Gill Sans and so on…

The font itself

Most of the time the font for the title is called P22 Johnston Underground. This font was made by Edward Johnston for the London Underground system in 1916.

Actually it’s right. It’s the correct font for a lot of text in Sherlock. But I startet to realise it’s not really the same. You’ll see what I mean.

That’s how the word “Sherlock” looks in P22 Underground (different styles)

(P22 Johnston Regular)

(P22 Johnston Bold)

(P22 Johnston Greek Demi)

You think it looks a lot like the original, aren’t you?

Let’s take a closer look on the title… I made a vector of the title font…

There are a lot of little differences between the P22 font and the title font. If you can’t see, take a closer look to these spots:

Above: Title Font

Below: P22 Regular

Now you can see, there are a lot of differences between these.

So. What’s the point of all these? I just want to show you the awesome title they created based on the underground font. But It’s not the underground font itself.

And!

If you want to use a similar font for a project about Sherlock (or else) there are alternatives (they are not perfect, but free). Because P22 Johnston Underground is a commercial font.

Free alternatives:

London Tube by Jonathan Paterson

Underground by Nick`s Curtis

I hope you liked it a little bit…

Oh wow, thank you! :D

In my works I use the font Gill Sans which is also a commerical font (luckily I got a lot of fonts from my university) and it’s different from the logo - the S, R and K are wrong… the E too… (mostly I modify the S and stretch it a little bit… uh, my typography professor would kill me if he know! :O).

The Gill Sans is based on the Johnston Sans and it’s used in the logo of the BBC :)

Gill Sans Display Bold by Eric Gill (1931)