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Part 3- Bucky Barnes

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Pairing: Bucky Barnes x Reader
Part: 3/?
Warnings: Smut 
Summary: Bucky finds you touching his bike.
A/N: This is the third part in a series based on this post. So I finally wrote a third part to this series and I’m pretty proud of it but nervous at the same time. As always please let me know what you think! 
Word count : 2,186

Originally posted by buckingoffthebed

There was something so tempting about the forbidden. That thrill that thrummed through your veins, the quickening of your heart and tremble in your hands, it was addictive. So when Bucky left for a couple days, like Eve to the poisonous apple you’re drawn down the garage.  You peer around the space, the various cars and bikes lined up but you were captivated by one. Her sleek black curves were begging for your touch, her idle engine needing to purr to life but you know the rules. Everyone in the tower knows. Don’t touch Bucky’s bike. You run your thumb over the ridges of the keys in your hand. It wouldn’t hurt to just turn her on for a second. Before you know it, you’ve straddled one leg over the machine perching yourself on the hard metal beast. With one more peer around the empty garage you slip the key into the ignition and turn it. You never understood why people said a bike purred but in that moment, you can’t think of a more apt word. The bike wakes to life under you like a lioness from a nap.

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if i see someone in their 20s pursuing a teenager i just immediately assume they’re predatory. there are so many interesting, mature and attractive people in their 20s and we’re all in our sexual prime during that decade so why would you specifically go for someone younger unless you’re drawn to the idea of influencing and grooming someone with less experience? (this is a rhetorical question, do not answer. if you do want to answer please refer to the first sentence and you’ll understand why i’ll ignore you)

Writing advice you're not going to like.

People sometimes send me Asks wanting writing advice.  I suck at it.  I don’t really know how I do the writing, or how one should do the writing, or what one should do to get better at the writing.  All I can ever think to say is “write a lot of stuff and you will get better at the writing.”  Which is true, but hardly a bolt from the sky.

Well, as it turns out, I do have one piece of Legit Writing Advice, and I am going to share it with you, right now.  If you were in any of my writing workshop groups at a con, you’ve heard this advice already.

Warning: you’re going to fucking hate it.  But if you do it, you will thank me.

If you have a piece of fiction you’re serious about, something you might want to actually shop around, or just something you really are into and want to make it as good as you can…do NOT edit it.

Repeat.  DO NOT EDIT.


As in, print out the whole fucking thing and re-enter it, every word (or use two screens).  Retype the whole thing.  Recreate it from the ground up using your first draft as a template.  Start with a blank page and re-enter every. single. word.

I hear you screaming.  OH MY GOD THAT’S INSANE.

Yes.  Yes, it is.

It is also the most powerful thing you will ever do for a piece of fiction that you are serious about.

Now, let’s get real.  I don’t do this for most things.  I don’t do it for my fanfiction.  But if it’s something original, something I might like to get to a professional level - I do it.  You absolutely COULD do it for fanfiction.  It’s just up to you and how much time you want to sink into a piece.

You can edit, sure.  But you WILL NOT get down to the level of change that needs to happen in a second draft.  You will let things slide.  Your eyes will miss things.  You will say “eh, good enough.”

The first time I did this, on someone else’s advice, I was dubious.  Within two pages, I was saying WHY HAVE I NOT BEEN DOING THIS ALL THE TIME.  I was amazed at how much change was happening.  By the time I got to the end, I had an entirely different novel than the one I’d started with.  When you’re already re-entering every single word, it’s easy to make deep changes.  You’ll reformat sentences, you’ll switch phrases around, you’ll massage your word choice.  You’ll discover whole paragraphs that don’t need to be there at all because they became redundant.  You’ll find dialogue exchanges that need reimagining.  Whole plot points will suddenly be different, whole story arcs will reveal their flaws and get re-drawn.

You cannot get down to the fundamental level of change that’s required just by editing an existing document.  You have to rebuild it if you really want your story to evolve.  You will be AMAZED at the difference it will make.

It will take time.  It will seem like a huge, Herculean task.  I’m not saying it’s easy.  It isn’t.  But it is absolutely revolutionary.

Try it.  I promise, you will see what I mean.

*PSA: Tipsy!Lori wrote this post.  In case you couldn’t tell.

The truly incredible thing about animation is the time investment.

Especially in traditional animation, where there’s no computer to automate and simplify things.

Some time can be saved by, say, keeping a consistent head in a talking scene, and just changing mouths…

…but in a more unique and complex scene? No can do.

Every frame of the movement has to be drawn, individually, by hand.

Unless you can re-use a section drawn previously, it needs to be created completely fresh.

That’s what makes these sequences so incredible. They’re insane on their own, but then you realize…

…an actual person drew every frame of this.

Someone had to do their best to give Scooby’s monstrous melting folds just the right amount of bounce.

Someone had a vision for this whole sequence, and had to design it at twelve frames a second.

Because hand-crafted nightmare fuel doesn’t come easily, kids.


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((ALSO!!! thank you guys for 1.4k!!! ;u; what the heck where do y’all come from ;;; big thanks to the ones who are still with me and welcome to the new peeps!! i hope you enjoy your stay and talk to me sometime! <33)))


 Today is the debut of Mercy’s Memories! A new patreon-exclusive comic dedicated to the Overwatch character Mercy. I’ll be writing a spin-off of The Life of Pharah and it’ll run for roughly a year or more.

Find my patreon:

The comic is for $5+ above patreons but $10+ patreons will have early access to chapters as they’re being drawn. There will also be bonus comics for $10+ patreons.

The end game is Pharmercy (of course) but I will warn you now there is a little bit of G*ncy content which I will of course tag and warn prior for those who want nothing to do with the ninja boy.

For everyone who knows me, I’ve been working on this for a little less than a year now and I’ve tried to put in as much as I feel is necessary. I hope it’ll all be worth it in the end!

i lied in my tags cuz this is actually my new favorite picture like. tongue out, nipple bared, arrow drawn, brother re-animated, bags under his eyes? this bitch is ready! for what? who cares!