dapper kids

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no one asked for it so here it is!!!!! i came up with a couple more headcannons for moon and also here’s a loose screencap redraw again (humanoid w/out hands of course) basically it’s reallllyyyyy loosely based off of the screencap. . i had more time for this drawing. ;w;

what i think~ (below the gap if you just came here for the pic)

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I drew some Smol Dappers at a kid’s house the other day while we were doing art and they asked me why he looked so sad, and all I could think of was “someone hurt his feelings” and I want to make it part of his childhood backstory now lol, someone makes fun of him at a party and Northern comes to comfort him. owo

…Of course after that he grows up to be a possessive, overbearing jerk face, but at least it can be cute for a little while~

-High School AUs-

Ain’t Nothing Punk About That

Bucky tries not to get involved with high school drama shit. Steve Rogers is just another kid who gets beaten up in corridors.

Until he’s not.

In which Steve Rogers gets punched a lot and Bucky Barnes is getting a little sick of it.

Artistic Licence 

Steve Rogers swamps his figure in large leather jackets, starts fights with people twice his size and can be heard several metres away as he stomps down the corridor in his heavy boots. He also has a soft spot for pretty paintings of old couples sat in parks.

Bucky, on the other hand, has a soft spot for Steve.

Get-together fic starring badass Steve and pining Bucky.

Could a Sexy Vampire Ever Love A Hipster Werewolf?

Steve Rogers tries to manage coming out, avoiding the school bully and being in love with his best friend.

He Wears a Suit Like it’s 1945 (WIP)

Punk AU where Steve Rogers is the outcast punk and Bucky Barnes is the dapper as fuck popular kid.

Hurry Up We’re Dreaming

Steve and Bucky always meet up during their free third period so they can hang out (read: make out) behind the bleachers on the soccer field. They used to go to the football ones, but too many people had the same idea as them and they preferred the empty, if seriously worse-for-wear, soccer bleachers.

But today, Bucky doesn’t greet Steve with his usual bruising kiss, instead sweeping him into a gentle hug and holding him there for a minute. Now, Steve’s never one to complain about hugs, but he would infinitely prefer to already be sucking on Bucky’s tongue by now (he’s got his inhaler ready and everything, just in case he needs it) so he stands on his tiptoes and tries to bring their mouths together, but Bucky just holds him away gently.

I Hate Your Big Dumb Combat Boots

“Forget it,” says Maria. “Everyone knows the Fury brothers aren’t allowed to date.”

Wherein Phil Coulson tricks Loki Odinson into paying Bucky Barnes to date that weird, uptight, goody-two-shoes Steve Fury so that Phil can have a chance with Steve’s hot younger brother Clint. And then things get complicated.

OR the 10 Things I Hate About You Stucky AU nobody asked for.

Kiss the Boy

He’s heard about friends practicing kissing together but he always suspected it was just an urban legend or something.

“You want to kiss me,” he says, disbelieving.

“I want to save your sorry ass,” Bucky corrects him. “But if you don’t wantto… If you’re too chicken, perhaps…”

Make A Lovely Light

Bucky’s the first outside, having stormed out of the house with a clenched jaw and hunched shoulders. When he reaches the car, waiting to be escorted to the second circle of hell, he grumbles to himself.

“Unbelievable. They fucking forgot my birthday.”

Middletown: A Study in Suburban Life

In which Bucky is the new kid, Steve is the square who takes him in, Tony and Pepper fight over valedictorian a year in advance, Thor remains a golden god, Loki remains a drama queen, Natasha commits an act of vigilante justice, Clint somehow fails to make a your mom joke, Darcy is a Satanist, Jane is a goth, Sif is fine thank you very much, Sam climbs a tree,Peggy says no, Rumlow is a bully, and Mrs. Rogers, Mr. Coulson, and Ms.Hill are all very long-suffering.

Misfits

Growing up is hard. Growing up and realizing you’re in love with your best friend is even harder.

This is How We Learn

The year is 1986 and Steve Rogers is a scholarship student at Lakewood Academy, a school for students gifted in music, art and dance. When he meets fellow student Bucky Barnes, Steve learns that sometimes the most important lessons we learn in life aren’t things we’re taught in school at all.

Young Volcanos

At eighteen, James Barnes has mastered more languages than he can count on two hands. But when his homeroom teacher asks him to tutor SteveRogers, it’s like he forgets how to speak at all.