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If Sherlock was animated...

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Pretty sure we're all agreed that the modern-day comeback of Sherlock is a Very Good Thing.

So if Benedict and Martin ever get tired of playing the detective and his sidekick Watson, the BBC should get straight on the phone to illustrator Angela Taratuta and commission the cartoon version.

The 23-year-old artist has created these brilliant animation-style pictures of various screencaps from the episode "A Scandal in Belgravia", capturing the characters perfectly.

Check out more of her work here.

Images: Angela Taratuta

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