dont talk to me if you have anything negative to say about asami
I was reading the comic and this picture stood out to me
I was tired of looking for ten different stills in order to draw a costume correctly, so I made a little reference sheet of all of Korra’s outfits - maybe other people can benefit from it (don’t trust the shoes on the equalist unifrom though, I’m still not 100% sure they actually look like that)
Aang: Toph, I’m 40 years old. You think you could stop with the nicknames?
Toph: Afraid not.
I collected all the times Toph has called Aang “Twinkle Toes” :D
Okay, no, all Korrasami and jokes aside, that driving lesson with Korra and Asami is amazing for so many reasons that I haven’t discussed:
—“I bet we find that airbender before Mako does.” Korra is still a competitive girl, and she’s eager to get out there and find this guy.
—Korra and Asami’s discussion basically shows that Makorra shouldn’t be happening this season, as Korra’s question is “how do things return to normal between us?” Asami assures her that Mako’s just a little emotionally weird, but that things will balance out.
—The way Asami looks away when Korra looks over at her during her confession about the whole “memory loss” and “I kissed him” thing is perfectly timed—she’s watching Korra for her reaction, and when Korra starts to look at her, Asami can’t hold eye contact because she’s too embarrassed.
—The absolute EPIC TROLLING that is Asami’s “You what?” when Korra admits that she kissed Mako. Goodness knows how long she’d been sitting on that one, but she finally pulled it off.
—“Never had a girlfriend before” means that essentially all of Korra’s influences came from watching primarily-male guards and Southern Water Tribe citizens. So it’s no wonder that she thought “girly” might be an insult. Thankfully her mom and Katara probably taught her most of what she knew about fashion (because the girl knew how to wear a dress) and such, but overall, she would have had a VERY male-centered upbringing.
—Asami gasps and leaps back when she sees the hedgehog spirit, because this is pretty much her first time dealing with something like that up close without fighting to keep it out of her airplane’s engine. She’s not used to these things.
REALLY GOOD WORK ON THAT SCENE.
Fire is the element of power. The people of the Fire Nation have desire and will, and the energy and drive to achieve what they want. Earth is the element of substance. The people of the Earth Kingdom are diverse and strong. They are persistent and enduring. Air is the element of freedom. The Air Nomads detached themselves from worldly concerns and found peace and freedom. Also, they apparently had pretty good senses of humor! Water is the element of change. The people of the Water Tribe are capable of adapting to many things. They have a deep sense of community and love that holds them together through anything. It is important to draw wisdom from many different places. If we take it from only one place, it becomes rigid and stale. Understanding others, the other elements, and the other nations will help you become whole.
The Legend of Korra by Platinum Games, Idle Animations
Avatar Fighting Style #580
"Yakone, you won't get away with this." - Avatar Aang
Just thought I’d point out that when Zuko goes to redeem himself to Katara, he shows her the exact same gesture of respect that he eventually does for his uncle by sitting down and waiting for them to wake up before speaking up.
screenshot credits go to http://piandao.org/
"If you’re going to be bending giant boulders, you can do it outside!"
In which Pema yells at her almost-30-years-senior brother-in-law who served in the military because he’s trying to get her something-of-an-adopted-son-or-maybe-just-a-long-term-houseguest to destroy her dining room.
There is still much more to come in Book 3! Click here to watch the exclusive trailer that premiered at San Diego Comic-Con this week!
Psst. Who else loves that Korra Nation shoutout?!
If you are wondering when Team Avatar had their mugshots taken, think back: each one of them has been arrested at one point—sometimes at two points! We tried to make sure they had the right outfits on to match those events.
Favorite Moments Part 1