"I’m with you ‘til the end of the line."
PS. I love his makeup.
Captain America: The Winter Soldier © Marvel
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We interrupt your regularly scheduled cute art to bring you melodramatic fanart! Had fun with this one, inked it with nib instead of my usual brush, so it was a bit of a challenge.
본격 마블이 캡아 자랑하는 영화 윈솔 °0°!!
Holy shit I have a crush on this art.
COME GET IN OUR CAR OF ANCIENT WARTIME SEX KITTENS
i love when bucky’s being silly and natasha’s just looks at him like “this is where i have laid my affections smh” but she loves him so much and bucky just walks around with a *u* face all day when he’s around nat like he cant even believe how lucky he is :’)))
Princess Bride AU: It’s been 70 years since Bucky left Steve for war and never returned, and Steve has since transformed from an ordinary Brooklyn boy to a cultural icon. Now, when looking for answers to what happened to his beloved, he learns he was murdered—by the Dread Winter Soldier. But how can that be, when the Soldier has been marauding for only 50 years and Bucky was captured 70 years ago?
DARK!AU: steve and bucky are the winter soldiers. after both falling off the train, they both survive and are captured by hydra to be made into super-assassins. they kill, drink and fuck their way through the decades with whisky mouths, rough hands and loaded guns, always together like the only way they’ve ever known.
"You're my mission!" "Then finish it. Because I'm with you to the end of the line"
Recognition memory: the ability to recognize previously encountered events, objects, or people. When the previously experienced event is re-experienced, this environmental content is matched to stored memory representations, eliciting matching signals. Recognition memory can be subdivided into two component processes: recollection and familiarity, sometimes referred to as “remembering" and "knowing”, respectively. Recollection is the retrieval of details associated with the previously experienced event. In contrast, familiarity is the feeling that the event was previously experienced, without recollection. Thus, the fundamental distinction between the two processes is that recollection is a slow, controlled search process, whereas familiarity is a fast, automatic response.
In both cases, a person needs to be presented with a stimulus before a memory is triggered. Once a stimulus has triggered a person’s recognition memory, the memories that resurface can fall anywhere along a scale from a hazy feeling that a certain event or stimulus has been experienced before to recall of intricate details about a past experience.