We’ve got 7 out of 10 total scenes finished.
3 scenes are still being worked on.
The Casefiles Shorts:
We’re waiting on recordings from a few folks, then we’ll be back into full production on this collection.
Waiting on audio from a couple of folks, with a few scenes going through pre-production.
All in all, we’re hard at work and doing decently, even with everyone having either work, daily school assignments, mid-terms or finals prep going on (yes, some folks start THIS early). Thank you everyone for your continued support and patience.
Keep your eyes sharp and focused here, Baker Street Regulars, for further developments from The Division.
Er, hello Sherlock…crew? Oh well, it’s no matter if anyone answers in the is it? I have a question for Sherlock being, have you ever been asked on a case for any one other than ponies (griffons, dragons, wolves, changeling basically any creature that is essentially non-equine)? If so what made that case so interesting?
Separately for the crew of ‘Pony in a box’, I wish you luck on your future projects and after hearing the preview for the next Sherlock installment I just had to ask, is it set during or before the Canterlot Wedding episode?
Fangirl here, answering on behalf of The Division. As for the first question, we’ll let Sherlock answer that himself during our second round of Q&A, which will be in the future (unless he’s impatient and decides to answer sooner. He does that).
The second quesiton: The third episode takes place AFTER the wedding in Canterlot, so by now, Cadence and Shining are both in The Crystal Empire. That is all I can say without revealing spoilers. We’re almost done with the episode, so stay tuned, and stay observant, dear fan!
We think we know all about Conan Doyle’s immortal detective, with his pipes, dressing-gown and cocaine – but do we really, asks Sam Leith
An interesting new exhibition will be on display at the Sherlock Holmes museum in London from now until April of next year, that delves a little deeper into Doyle and how he created the greatest detective ever. Neat little facts unknown to the fans (like how one of the original names for Sherlock was actually Sherrinford Holmes), and a look into Doyle’s creative process, and the fact that he couldn’t keep continuity to save his life hehe But for those of our followers that are in the London area, we encourage you to take the time and have a look.
Well I finally made it guys, the +10 milestone, as I said before, I know it doesn’t mean that much for others, but I’m quite accomplished with it and for that I thank you all!
Since my last BBC Sherlock and Elementary fan pieces were a sucess I decided, “Hey you know what, why not combine the two?” and I did! Combining the BBC Sherlock Theme and Elementary’s use of cellos by Zoe Keating, I made a piece for 6 cellos were I make my own arrangement and variations of the Sherlock theme and it’s the longest piece I’ve posted on this blog. So with no more delays, here it is! Enjoy!
PS: If you’re unfamiliar with Zoe Keating, I suggest looking for her on youtube, she’s a great artist!
PSS: The track is 4:21 long, so if you want to go right to the melody, go to 0:43 from there.
Not exactly Division related but still worth rebloging. Something I never thought possible. Sherlock and Elementary working together in harmony…. all it took was a cello… or six. I kid. This is actually quite enjoyable, give it a listen (3,582 plays)
Anonymous said: So is your show called the Case Files of Sherlock Hooves or the Adventures of Sherlock Hooves?
We are known as The Adventures of Sherlock Hooves. The Case Files of Sherlock Hooves are a collection of shorts we are putting together in a small anthology, which will be released soon.