I drew this in celebration of my reaching 900 followers. I want to thank all of you for being so wonderful, for loving my art work and for backing me up and just generally being all around sweet and kind. You guys motivate me to do better.
The story behind this piece sort of developed in my head as I went: Tony convinces the Avengers to go do this photo shoot that he plays off as innocent enough. His true goal however is to have a little look at Steve with as little clothes on possible, since he’s carrying quite the crush on handsome blonde, but is 99.9% sure Steve is straight and entirely uninterested. They proceed to the photo shoot where each Avneger wears a pair of underwear designed specifically for each of them, the photo shoot subject matter being that of their delicious booties.
Steve is super shy and unsure, Tony calms him down while taking in the view, a super husbands relationship blooms.
I plan on drawing all the others too. (Eventually.)
I read this Steve/Tony WIP fic today when I saw it linked on my dash. I fucking adore college AU’s of any kind so I was immediately pleased, then I was blown away by the writing, it’s so intelligent and is honestly perfect, impeccable balance of dialogue, thought and imagery.
Not to mention Tony is this scruffy little shit with horn rimmed glasses. So I drew him screwing around with some electronic contraption and biting his lip in frustration. Maybe it’s the key pad to the defective microwave. I’ll likely colour it sometime in the next few days.
I think this is my first actual Tony and Steve drawing I’ve posted for your veiwing pleasure. They are really super tricky to draw for me, I’m thinking it’s because of their super duper manly physiques and mind blowingly beautiful combinations of both masculine and feminine features.
I’ve been losing my mind over them for the past few days so drawing them was inevitable. When I’m drawing people in a more stylized form like this I like to just draw their faces first so I can get a feel of what they will look like when I do put them together in an image. It makes the whole process of continually drawing them easier because I have a basic knowledge of what I need to do to make it look like them.