Do you think Baron Zemo was in love with Moonstone?

Do you think Baron Zemo was in love with Moonstone?

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  1. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    It took over a decade but I finally found an image of a thin woman holding a mauser like this...

    I mean, I didn't but this is so close.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Link your deviantart autism page.

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I feel like that sort of image wouldn't be that hard to find

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        This isn't even the exact image I want, it's just as close as I've seen. She isn't even looking at the pistol.

        I've spent a long time trying to find a woman LOOKING AT a Mauser, like she's never seen one before. She has seen guns/pistols before but she's fascinated by the shape/design. Perhaps she is checking the chamber to see if it is loaded, TRYING PERHAPS to even figure out how to check that. Looking down the sights. With fascination. This is the image I seek, not a woman "AIMING PEW PEW, I AM A BAD ASS," or just posing with it in a generic action pose. These are the pictures you are going to find. "Woman holding gun" is a picture you will find. But never this. Sometimes "woman reloading" gets close. And I can't just buy a prop Mauser and make my wife hold it while I snap picture; She's short a chunky and always has been.

        Lately I even tried telling AI to do it but of course all the free online ones filter the word "gun" now and when they didn't they weren't do great anyway. And this shitbox laptop running Windows 7 cannot run Stable Diffusion, I tired.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          What is it about a thin woman being captivated by a mauser gets you this passionate? I'm sincerely curious about your fixation I think it's interesting

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            I wanted to draw a picture of a girl, maybe a waifish teen, holding such a pistol, only it was almost comically large against her small frame.

            I, as you might have guessed, am not an artist. I have never grasped the concept of "form" and "negative spaces," and all that other horseshit that art teachers say to you but they don't mean anything. "You're not drawing the outline, you're accentuating the negative spaces." FRICK YOU. I? / am DRAWING. A. LINE. A series of curved lines. I ain't controlling no metaphysical shit. It's a 1D line on a 2D plane. There is no volume in a drawing. I can rotate a drawing 90 degrees, look here, the whole drawing: |

            However, and this is not "tracing," I am something a human photocopier. My dad was the same way. Call it a passed-on genetic defect. If I can LOOK AT something, I can "draw" it, but it's more like just copying it. It doesn't help that I am 90% sure that I cannot conjure images in my head. My whole life I would look at blank pages and just... scribble a line. Does that scribble kinda "look like" something? Then add to that. They're never more than "doodles," and I've never understood sketching. One time, like 15 years ago in a "we're helpful and nice" Cinemaphile thread on how to improve your art skills, my attempts were regarded as low-effort trolling. So that's nice. Good to know there is no improving because those seeking to help me think I'm lying to them.

            I asked an actual artist friend of mine "where do you... Where is the image before you draw it?" He said "I just see it." So frick you. Frick him.

            If I can't draw a picture from my mind, and I want to see it, I need to find it already existing and "copy" it. But add my flair to it.

            • 4 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              She's kind not-quite-crouched, just a little "keep your head down"ing, like she was ready to attack something somewhere, but for a moment she has collected/found/scavenged an unusual weapon. Perhaps her original pistol is out of ammo or it just broke or she only had a pocket knife to begin with, but now she's got a just-quite-strange-enough strange pistol and it has momentarily fascinated/confused her.

              Frick, this could be any gun, really. Her reaction would work in a sci-fi setting with a "alien space gun" but it is vaguely the same shape as a pistol. But in this instance, it is a Mauser C96, because so long ago that was the gun when I started.

              You a strike me as someone impervious to psychoanalysis, but I want you to really try and look inside and figure out the genesis of how this image of a waifish teen girl discovering a strange pistol and being enamored by it comes from, because I'm way into this picture you painted. I think you have a greater capacity to conjure images in your mind than you think

            • 4 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              >can’t draw
              >hates artists
              Cinemaphile in a nutshell.

            • 4 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              damn dude I was gonna draw it but then you became a dick

            • 4 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              I can't draw OR copy, man. or handwrite. you're lucky compared to me

      • 4 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        The worst part is "Ditzy woman looking at pistol" or "confused woman holding pistol wrong," when I can get search engines to play along, it's always a woman holding the barrel or just outright looking into the barrel.

        Frick.

        • 4 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          What would your exact desired pose be?

          • 4 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            She's kind not-quite-crouched, just a little "keep your head down"ing, like she was ready to attack something somewhere, but for a moment she has collected/found/scavenged an unusual weapon. Perhaps her original pistol is out of ammo or it just broke or she only had a pocket knife to begin with, but now she's got a just-quite-strange-enough strange pistol and it has momentarily fascinated/confused her.

            Frick, this could be any gun, really. Her reaction would work in a sci-fi setting with a "alien space gun" but it is vaguely the same shape as a pistol. But in this instance, it is a Mauser C96, because so long ago that was the gun when I started.

            • 4 weeks ago
              Anonymous

              We need more content from you

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      jeez if you want it so bad maybe request it in the drawthread?

  2. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Do you think Baron Zemo was in love with Moonstone?
    No, he was in love with Songbird

    • 4 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Helmut seems like he likes manipulative evil women that he can cross swords with mentally and make subservient to him through mind games more than someone like Songbird who's very easy to manipulate

  3. 4 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I think they should frick

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