Headcanon: Su’s artistic punk son suggested the name Opal for his younger sister
Catching up on Legend of Korra. I never liked the fact that Korra didn’t learn to be less bullheaded, despite a lot of plot that seemed designed to teach her that lesson, but with the less didactic season three she’s solidifying into an angry, determined person who doesn’t think twice about causing diplomatic crises…and I’m actually liking that.
A little warm-up painting in Photoshop after a long week without my laptop. Finally got my charger so I’m extremely happy. :)
I’m really happy with the new season of Legend of Korra so far. I’m glad that Asami and Korra are becoming friends, and that the group is actually together. I have a feeling that the four bad guys will be set up against the four main characters (Korra, Asami, Mako, Bolin?) in which case they may be matched up by gender.
Does this mean Desna and Eska get to take a life changing field trip with Zuko?
As Jinora grows older, she proves to be the most competent airbender of her siblings. Ikki, Meelo, and Rohan are free like the wind, but Jinora…she is the wind. When she bends its like the monks of the eastern air temple are bending through her and when she breathes its like the western monks breathe with her.
A preview of my study on Jinora
Happy Earth Day!
An original by LOK Character Designer, Angela Mueller.
Earth Day cheer from our pals at the Nick Animation Studio (but most importantly, the Carrot Spirit).
I forgot the Book 2 DVD/Blu-ray art had been released, which was announced over at IGN on Monday. Here it is without the packaging and graphic overlays. It was a fun collaboration between Joaquim Dos Santos and myself.
I love this Book 3 still of my hero, Lin Beifong, from Studio Mir’s animation of a storyboard panel by supervising producer Lauren Montgomery.