A man out of time, cornered and losing terrain, the weight of a world in his tired gaze…
Thank you all for being so patient with my absence over the past few months. I truly am so grateful for each of you and I have loved building this blog. Hi res Benedict is one of my very favorite things!
Unfortunately I just won’t be able to manage this blog anymore. There are other things in my life that need more care and attention, so I am so sad to say that I’m closing up the shop, so to speak.
This blog will no longer be updated, but I will leave it as it is, so please feel free to come back and browse now and then. Mostly-benedict has kindly agreed to keep up a regular stream of hi res Benedict photos in my stead. Please feel free to unfollow this blog and if you aren’t following mostly-benedict yet please do, so you can continue to see even more of what you followed this blog for.
Thank you again for your support and for your kind words. Have fun everyone! I’ll miss you heaps!
For benedictdaily who is just a lovely individual^.^
(And whose editing skills I stand in awe of.)
DailyBC 806, Creature
Wow, this is just haunting and beautiful. Thank you so much benbenny!!!
"The actors that you see now who are the benchmarks of great television acting, or benchmarks of great film acting, the same in the theatre; they’re all LAMDA trained."
From the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art Video: Act Now
Welcome to Comic Con Benedict Cumberbatch!
As an addition to my Sherlock Shipping Survey from a few weeks ago, I feel like I need a larger sample size to work out the demographics of this fandom.
So if you completed that survey please just signal boost this as I already have your information. If you didn’t complete that survey, I’d really appreciate you just taking a minute of your time to answer a few questions (there are only 4 and are very quick).
Benedict Cumberbatch, Evangeline Lilly, Cate Blanchett, Orlando Bloom, Luke Evans, and Lee Pace of ‘The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies’ attend Comic-Con International 2014 on July 26, 2014 in San Diego, California[HQ]
Reblog = when you hit that little reblog arrow that posts a copy of the original post to your own blog with links back to me. I get notices when you do and when people reblog it from you and if anyone leaves additional comments.
Repost = when you download the image(s), either from tumblr or elsewhere, and then upload them in a fresh post. I get no notifications at all and it’s more difficult for people to find my blog should they have something to say about the art or want to see more.
I would never ask anyone not to reblog my art. You can do that all you want. That’s what tumblr’s built for and if I didn’t like it I would not be here.
However, reposting is rude as it removes the original creator from the process, credit or no. It’s also unnecessary in my case since all my art is already on tumblr.
I know a lot of people simply don’t understand the difference, or they think tumblr is like a photobucket where they can just upload anything they like. I never want anyone to feel discouraged for a simple mistake or misunderstanding. However, there are some people who do it just to get notes, or in malicious ways where they want to insult the art or take credit for it, so this is why I don’t allow it.
otherwise known as common courtesy 101
It is incredibly disheartening (whether credit is given to you or not) when you see that someone has taken something you created and reposted it, and then you watch them receive praise, notes, and followers because of your work. If you didn’t make it, don’t post it.
Just reblogging again for good measure. Also, try not to reblog from reposters. Watermarks are very telling.