For a second I thought these were people cosplaying the jungle water benders from ATLA
Just had a fun DVD commentary session for Book 1 with Janet Varney (Korra), David Faustino (Mako), and Mike (Mike).
Renaissance Korra by enchantma
The Korra crew, Tudor style by BookWurm15
1920s style by papier-crane
Flapper Korra by Roots-Love
A 1940s Rosie-the-Riveter inspired Asami by temporary-glitch
Asami as a 1940s pin-up by mpdtcastelo
1950s gangster style by dapper-owl
1960s style boxing poster starring Tahno and Korra by janetsungart
Futuristic Korra by KoryoTiger
Mako & Korra x The Lion King
Mako and Korra by StormyHeaven
LoK x TMNT
Teenage Mutant Ninja Korra by DavidWins
Amon x Futurama
Amon’s New Victim by zenzmurfy
LoK x Dora the Explorer
Korra the Explorer by Just-Me143
LoK x Oliver…
I was out at Nick Animation Studios yesterday for some non-Korra related activity and I stopped in on my favorite homeboy Bill Rinaldi. He says to say hi to the Tumblr crew::)
I’ve been chipping away at this one, bit by bit, for a few weeks. Living with the official Naga model, my dog, was certainly a big help. He often strikes a majestic, epic pose on the porch, staring into his vast domain. This is a tribute to him, the quiet observer.
Well, I’m not sure abou— jdesmfnAShaGENJGlkg
Here is a lovely piece of fanart (is that one word these days?) by Stevie Lewis, a visual development (“vis dev” to the cool kids) artist over at Dreamworks. Check out more of her great, charming work on her blog: chocosweete.blogspot.com
Click on the image above if you want to leave her a nice comment (because Fred and I couldn’t figure out how to link directly to the original post of hers on Blogspot, even though Fred is 8 years younger than me)!
Sign me up, coach!
Inspired by Kira’s headcanon where Bolin and Korra still go on friendly dates once a year throughout her life
The Dream Team!
At first Mike and I were included in this photo shoot, and then the photographer diplomatically asked, “Can we try a couple without the producers?” Unlike that No Doubt video where the photographers only want to shoot Gwen and the dudes sulk over to the shadows, Mike and I said, “ABSOLUTELY!” and we ran away, relieved.
(We did a fun, live interview for ew.com too, but I don’t see it archived on the site now. I’ll post it later if I get a link.)
Note Aang’s sweet marble trick from “The Warriors of Kyoshi.”
YOU SHOULDN’T BE NERVOUS, THIS IS BREATHTAKINGLY GORGEOUS
I’m actually really nervous about posting these pages since the first page stood alone so well and was really well-received, but I finished, so here they are. My favourite pages ended up being the first and fifth, entirely because the colours were fun (and looking at my own stilted dialogue kind of kills me inside).
I like to think that if they had enough time, these bros could have made amends. Slowly, maybe, but an apology that’s more genuine than ‘I’m sorry for what I had to do to you’ is a start.
I just have so many feelings about Tarrlok and my questionable ability to write about them augh
REBLOGING THIS GEM.
Right in the feels <3