Peter, to Tony: Okay, accident or not, admit it, it was a little awesome.
Tony & Steve having one (1) interaction in front of Peter & Ned
Ned: Oh, they fuckin.
Peter: They literally just punched each other in the nose and called each other stupid.
So, now I have a colour chart for my watercolour pencils and my pastel pencils on black paper. Now I can really do my art on black paper, because I know how the colours are on that paper. Iron Man and spidey were luckily good looking.
I’m really curious about how my drawings will be.
Here are a few examples what I did with colored pencils on white paper:
God, these drawings are damn old…. sorry
Official concept art of Doctor Strange in the Iron Man suit and Iron Man with the Cloak of Levitation for Avengers: Infinity War!
Natasha: I have an idea
Tony: No murder
Natasha: I no longer have an idea
WE WERE ROBBED
look at how proud tony is
It’s me again! Writing another essay about superheroes! And I need your help again. This time I’m arguing that the MCU should do a better job representing disabilities.
So, are there any disabilities that you have that a marvel character has (doesn’t have to be mcu) that you feel should be better represented? What are your experiences that you feel could be included in the movies but isn’t? And any knowledge you have that could help with my argument.
Some examples of things I plan to include are:
-Hawkeye is deaf in the comics but not in the movies
-there are some common disabilities and disability types that aren’t represented at all (based off of the IDEA categories) like ‘deaf and blindness’
-A lot of the disabilities are brushed over or treated as a joke (fat Thor)
-A few marvel characters are missing an eye. I am blind in one eye. Nick fury has a scar and an eye patch but is otherwise unaffected. I run into door frames and can’t park a car because I have no depth perception.
harley: TONY, PETER WEBBED MY HANDS
tony: what? peter i told you to stop doing that-
peter: he told me he thinks toilet paper should face the wall, you wanted me to let him just get away with it?