I think it is unlikely that I will show in the book 4 LOK fire nation. So I decided to paint the entrance to the capital during the reign of his Zuko’s daughter . Of course (as I want the good fortune Azula) I drew two huge statues of the “heroes of Fire” Zuko and Azula like statues in Republic City.


The amount of detail that goes into Avatar is phenomenal. These could pass as masterpieces. Everything from the simplest leaf on the tree to the detail of the rock to the rays/shades of the sun or the slight shadows…

People who are getting impatient for the Book 2 of Korra just remember this … This isn’t a show where there’s a quickly drawn character in front of a blurred/scraggly background. Stuff like this doesn’t just happen overnight. There are dozens of people who tediously worked together to make this and they take pride in their work. Oh sure - they can quickly draw up an episode without paying any attention to detail or accuracy. Hell, they can probably have an episode-a-day if they do it like that. I mean, that’s what so many other television shows are doing these days. They can jump on that bandwagon. Or they can take their time and create things like this.

They can create their time and show that Avatar: The Last Airbender and The Legend of Korra are so much more than a simple cartoon.


Panshots were all taken from Piandao.org.

__Marauders4EVR 04/07/13 7:18 PM


ATLA&LOK Scenery - Southern and Northern Air Temple - Then and Now

Well, bottom-left is more like this now:

shhhh we don’t talk about that

ATLA&LOK Scenery - Southern and Northern Air Temple - Then and Now

  #atla    #lok    #atlaedit    #lokedit    #atla scenery    #lok scenery  


avatar: the last airbender meme | 9 episodes

↳ the firebending masters [7/9]


tales of a:tla They met on top of the mountain that divided their two villages. The villages were enemies, so they could not be together. But their love was strong, and they found a way. The two lovers learned earthbending from the badgermoles; they became the first earthbenders. They built elaborate tunnels so they could meet secretly. Anyone who tried to follow them would be lost forever in the labyrinth. But one day the man didn’t come. He died in the war between their two villages. Devastated, the woman unleashed a terrible display of her earthbending power. She could have destroyed them all, but instead she declared the war over.  Both villages helped her build a new city where they would live together in peace. The woman’s name was Oma and the man’s name was Shu. The great city was named Omashu as a monument to their love.

these are a few of my favorite thingstv shows - avatar: the last airbender
"My grandmother used to tell me stories about the old days, a time of peace when the Avatar kept balance between the Water Tribes, Earth Kingdom, Fire Nation, and Air Nomads. But that all changed when the Fire Nation attacked. Only the Avatar mastered all four elements. Only he could stop the ruthless firebenders. But when the world needed him most, he vanished."
Winter Solstice, Part II: Avatar Roku
  #the legend of a queuebender