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.
30 days of Avatar - Day 9: Favorite Animal (Dragons)
The dragon is the original practitioner of firebending, capable of breathing fire. It passed on this ability to the Sun Warriors’ civilization, a precursor to the modern day Fire Nation. Nearing the end of the Hundred Year War, the dragon was thought to be extinct, due to General Iroh’s claim that he had killed the final one, following Fire Lord Sozin’s tradition of hunting them. However, Aang and Zuko discovered that two, Ran and Shaw were still alive, deducing that Iroh lied to protect the species.
This Book 3 still seems like a good one for the caption game.
Atla Meme - Outfits
Toph & Katara [3/3]
Howdy, friends! Sorry for the virtual radio silence on here lately. Busier than my usual amount of busy as we are finishing up work on the second Korra art book on top of our production duties. We’re really excited to get that thing printed and released! Here are some peaceful, meditative stills of Jinora from Book 3. I really love these delicate, organic paintings by Studio Mir.
The Legend Of Korra + light
You have been touched by the moon spirit. Some of its life is in you.