The cultures which inspired Avatar: The Last Airbender
- Air Nomads - The Monasteries of Tibet
- Water Tribe - The Inuit
- Earth Kingdom - Imperial China
- Fire Nation - Pre-Meiji Japan
It may be hard to believe since Book 3 hasn’t even aired yet (SOON!), but we just had the final Korra animatic meeting this afternoon for the Book 4 series finale episode. It’s been bittersweet saying goodbye to so many amazing crew members as their teams have rolled off the production these last few weeks. Pictured here, left to right: Melchior Zwyer (director), Lauren Montgomery (supervising producer), Joaquim Dos Santos (co-executive producer), Ki-Hyun Ryu (supervising producer), me, Owen Sullivan (assistant director), and Mike. In hindsight, I wish we had lined up this shot so it looked like the Mac desktop tiger’s ears were sprouting from Mike’s head.
P.S. Though we had the animatic meeting, that still means there’s a TON of work left to do on Book 4. That is still part of the pre-production process.
the non binary petition has only like jjust over 2 weeks and only has nearly 22,000 signs, but i dont think people realize that 22,00 is not enough and we need to get to 100,000 immediately
you are being depended on to sign this to help non binary people and give them basic rights
cmon do it
here is a link to the petition, please please please sign/signal boost!
there is 24,877 or something like that now
and another 75,000+ more required!
y’all motherfuckers want a fire!elsa so bad but you dont even realize that already exists
petition for dante basco to sing let it go
ANYTHING WITH JINORA+KORRA PARTNERSHIP/TEAMWORK/TEACHING I AM HERE FOR
in a world in which grumpy old dudes are telling korra what to do it’s the voice of a spiritually enlightened little girl who’s there to guide her
I want this so much my heart hurts.
Old art from me…
HEY YO Y’ALL SHOULD CHECK OUT AMIRA’S ART BECAUSE SHE’S A RAD LADY AND HAS CRAZY SKILLS
*rips off clothes*
DID SOMEONE SAY YUEZULA
Avatar Kyoshi on a relaxed day,
contemplating whom she must murder
(Or older Suki, if you wanna see it that way)
I really really really like how this turned out. Yay experimenting with brushes! Obviously influenced by Japanese prints.
“We’re family. All of us. If we break apart, we have nothing left.”
After my last drawing of Kya, I got to wondering why their family stayed in the South pole in the first place. Katara’s waterbending posed a threat not only to them, but to the entire tribe. I chalked it up as kind of an act of defiance stemming from how much the water tribes valued community.
Are you serious?!? I must bow to your superior fangirling.
It’s not that impressive. I just had it on repeat for like six hours while I was writing once.
I still don’t think that’s enough times played.
Dude, not even close. But bear in mind that that’s ONLY on my iTunes. Doesn’t even include the eight million times I’ve listened to it on YouTube