Aboard the Flying Scotsman: illustrated

My latest Disney-fied illustration – this one of Portia as she rides the Flying Scotsman from London to Edinburgh in the casebook titled ‘Unfound.’ I’ve put all my illustrations together by the way into a gallery here.

Annoyance on Portia's face as she contemplates the missing child aboard the train.
Annoyance on Portia’s face as she contemplates the missing child aboard the train.
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Disappointment on the bridge: illustrated

Another scene I illustrated with the Disney-fied approach.

Portia (in disguise as a homeless person) leaving Westminster Bridge in disappointment as the police swarm their suspect.
Portia (in disguise as a homeless person) leaving Westminster Bridge in disappointment as the police swarm their suspect.

Meeting Bruiser Jenkins: illustrated

More inspiration by the Disney-fied Sherlock images I keep seeing on Pinterest┬áthis is the scene where Asher ‘Bruiser’ Jenkins sits down next to Portia at her favourite cafe and introduces himself.

Bruiser Jenkins annoys Portia at her favourite Cafe.
Bruiser Jenkins annoys Portia at her favourite Cafe.

The cemetery scene: illustrated

Inspired by the Disney-fied Sherlock images I keep seeing on Pinterest (you have to see them!) I decided to try my hand at illustrating the cemetery scene wherein Portia first meets Mrs. Jones:

Portia meets Mrs. Jones standing over her grandmother's tombstone.
Portia meets Mrs. Jones standing over her grandmother’s tombstone.