I could seriously sit here and pick at this forever but I’m cutting myself off. Just having some fun with a different shading style and junk IDK. Pre-serum Steve patching up Bucky and not looking all too pleased about it. Bucky, however, doesn’t seem to care.
"fake gamer girl"
because i would totally spend 60 bucks on something i don’t want just so i can impress a boy and his penis
I haven’t put in those thousands of hours just to impress some judgmental dick.
What bothers me about Hogwart's paintings is that they're all realistc or medieval-ish and just makes me wonder what happens if a wizard paints some cubist nonsensical shit. Would it move? Would it talk? Would it ask you for the password, or would it tell you about the meanings of within? I guess we'll never know because Dumbledore is not a fan of modern art
this is a solid question
Done in 07.2014
This took me so long to finish, but finally! It’s done!
Bucky Barnes from MCU, my beloved brainwashed assassin ♥
I'm still pretty much not over him and it has been months since the movie came out, and I know that at least half of the tumblr are in the same situation as me - still hopelessly drowning in the overwhelming ocean of feels that is Bucky Barnes life story.
I said it once before, this is Loki kind of tumblr-crazy, and that is really something.
Yeah, I love Bucky ♥ Also, the metal arm, let’s not forget the arm. That shit is just plain awesome.
Please enjoy ♥
P.S.: My wrist is much better btw, so I will be opening commissions soon. Also, I’m planing to make a tutorial from this picture, so, stay tuned =D
lick on the pic to go to the DeviantART page with the bigger version or, if the link on the picture doesn’t work, click here: [ MCU - Start over…] ♥
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