alright, anon, here’s what i think:
- steve grew up in the 30s and 40s - right smack in the midst of the great depression.
- he was the child of a poor, single, working mom who was also an irish-catholic immigrant - a group that was viciously persecuted and discriminated against at that time.
- he had a variety of severe medical conditions that likely went untreated due to lack of health-care, and his mother died of pneumonia because of the same lack of health-care.
- he was frequently beaten up and bullied because he stood up for himself and others when no one else would.
- he volunteered to serve during the war because he so fervently believed in the cause he was fighting for and the people who needed his help and protection.
and then there’s stuff like this:
(from “man out of time” #3)
so basically, anon, i don’t agree with you at all.
he’s got his flaws, yeah, but steve would NOT be politically conservative. he would NOT be aligned with modern republican ideals, and he CERTAINLY would not be ignorant or insensitive to oppression, discrimination, inequality, or injustice.
in my opinion, anyone (or any narrative) that believes otherwise is completely missing the whole damn point of steve rogers.
I was ~PEER PRESSUR’D~ into drawing Ymir and Krista.
So here they are doing impressions of each other.
Flügel der Freiheit
I’m a bit late on the bandwagon of drawing bloody Armin but I started this a week ago. Oh, this perspective killed me and today I also have to announce that my dear Intuos3 finally passed away due to me spilling juice over the keys I’ve never even used in all those years. Thankfully I still had my Bamboo to finish it.. lucky idiot.