From the notes of Sherlock Holmes:
John Watson. Ex-army doctor. Stands at 5’6”. Average body type. In good physical shape. Short blonde hair. Blue eyes. Strong moral principle. Loyal. Has a propensity for danger. Is a remarkable marksman. Previously suffered from a tremor in his left hand. Could resurface w/o adequate stimulation.
Served in the British Army medical corps in Afghanistan (attached to the fifth Northumberland Fusiliers). Invalidated home after injury to his left shoulder. The bullet entered the shoulder straight on, grazing the subclavian artery and shattering the bone on impact. A starburst-shaped scar is left as evidence, indented with obvious scar tissue. He believes it to be ugly. I don’t. Suffered from a psychosomatic limp before I dissuaded him of the ridiculous notion. Ticklish behind his left knee. Breath hitches without fail when one nips right below his ear and at the crook of his neck. Nipples are especially sensitive. Voice deepens when aroused. Further study required.
John looks so happy here because I’m pretty sure Sherlock drew this while John was in a haze of post-coital bliss…
Anyhow, this is my entry to Let’s Draw Sherlock! It’s based on Leonardo da Vinci’s Vitruvian Man.