This was drawn by hand using graphite pencils. I am very much out of practice, and I did not have time to finish the shading. But I had fun! Also, I apologize for the low quality of the image. I do not have a scanner, so I had to take a photo.
(For the Cap/Iron Man Big Bang 2014)
Steven Rogers never wanted to be king, but he knows his duty, and he does it well. Lord Tony Stark, the king's appointed consort, does his duty as well, even though he'd enjoy his duty more if it actually involved sleeping with the king. As it doesn't, he's just resigned. The war that made Steve king and cost him nearly everything may be over, but a meeting of old enemies might stir up some ghosts none of them are prepared for.
06 Jun 2015
After seeing Tony naked and tanned -- all over -- in a decontamination shower, Steve realizes he may be in trouble. Tony, meanwhile, is definitely in trouble over those tabloid pictures of him sunbathing nude. The solution is clearly a tropical island getaway.
24 Aug 2016
Steve Rogers has plenty of friends. He just doesn't know two of them are the same man.
That's just how Tony Stark/Iron Man likes it. Until he comes to regret it.
Fandom: Captain America (Movies), Iron Man (Movies), Marvel (Comics), Marvel Cinematic Universe, The Avengers (Marvel Movies), The Avengers (Marvel) - All Media Types, The Avengers - Ambiguous Fandom
09 Dec 2016
A series rewriting MCU verse, beginning with an alternate version of Iron Man 2, in which, instead of Natasha, Steve got assigned to help Tony while the genius was slowly dying of Palladium poisoning. Continues there in unfolding Steve's and Tony's journey through acceptance, trust, and eventually love.
Book 1: Say When (Iron Man 2 - Avengers)
Interlude: Say The Word (Post-Avengers)
Book 2: And I Will Be Your Man (Iron Man 3)
Interlude: Say You Want It (Honeymoon One-Shot)
Book 3: Hold My Hand (Captain America 2)
Book 4: Keep On Wanting (Age of Ultron)
Book 5: Take It All Away
03 Oct 2018
Short stories from the Toasterverse, because the author gets panicky writing long form stories built around plot and has to finish something in order to function.
Phil has problems with these people. So does the Author.
Bookmarked by nightowlv
30 Dec 2015