Alpha BiteCon Badge!
I’ve been so excited to post this for a month now!
The amazing ladies of BiteCon contacted me about drawing the convention’s Alpha level badges for them and It was such a pleasure to work on this for them!
I have prints available this weekend at the con and when I get back I’ll also have it available on my society 6 account. I really hope everyone likes it, I’m really thrilled with the outcome. :D
Reblogging for the post-con crew. This is one of the posters Jeff Davis bought from me at the con. :’) The other was my poster of Derek, Isaac, Boyd and Erica. (for the writers room!!!???!!!)
HE INSISTED ON PAYING ME, both Kendra and I tried to just give him the prints but he wouldn’t hear of it. He was incredibly kind and enthusiastic!
Apparently he specifically requested to meet me and when I do finally get around to doing a Bitecon rundown I’ll talk about that. I still can’t believe it happened.
one of my favourite things about the winter soldier though
in the original arc, it takes a deus ex machina to make a dent in the winter soldier’s programming. steve has to bend reality to get past the mix of amnesia, brain damage and brainwashing that prevents bucky from remembering. he thinks appealing to sentiment and emotions will be enough and he tells the winter soldier to shoot him, and the winter soldier shoots him in the face without a second thought. steve literally has to rewrite the fabric of reality itself with a magical macguffin to save bucky.
and then you have the movie. after two minutes of violent knifeporn and steve calling him ‘bucky,’ the winter soldier starts to crack. and then again, during their final showdown, he starts to crack through nothing more that the sheer force of steve’s kicked puppy eyes and bloody-minded miserable desperation and the power of friendship.
that’s it: this is steve roger’s superpower. heart.