1. Still a fine piece of comedy gold.

    Still a fine piece of comedy gold.

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  2. Adjustment layers. They can totally change the feel of a picture.

    Adjustment layers. They can totally change the feel of a picture.

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  4. DA BES DOMINION. IM DA BES

    DA BES DOMINION. IM DA BES

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  6. LOL. Love it.

    LOL. Love it.

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  7. I suck. WIP splash for female berserker concept. Now to do the other 3. Then draw out some action shots.

    I suck. WIP splash for female berserker concept. Now to do the other 3. Then draw out some action shots.

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  8. I don’t usually do this: LoK Season Finale retrospective.

         Okay, so I just watched it this morning, with breakfast. I have to say, I really don’t like how they decided to totally 180 Amon’s story, and really take away anything that made him interesting in the first place. He could’ve been the pinnacle of “anti-bending” power, or perhaps even one with the spirits. They could’ve done so much more. Instead, they just write him to try to garner audience sympathy by making him a product of passed down revenge. This, I feel, was one of the biggest cop-outs of the series in general. He was seemed to be a different perspective of justice and equality; a well intentioned extremist. They took away any sort of.. mystery or revelation about him in an attempt to make him more sympathetic to the audience, and that made him boring.

    His ability to take away bending using blood-bending isn’t very well explained either, but I suppose it might be similar to when Russel and I theorized that he was chi-blocking the victim’s brain; but in this case, it would be blood bending their brain. Tarlok’s last act of revenge somehow just didn’t make much sense. His brother went out of his way to save him, even after all they had been through. Tarlok just kills them both, or at least attempts to, in some poorly written attempt to express “ending the cycle,” but is never verbally fleshed out. The audience can only assume why Tarlok does it. Either for the aforementioned reason, or just for petty revenge. Either way, it feels like a cheap end to the main villain of season 1. Like they just wanted the fastest way to write him out of the story.

    But something tells me that Noatok survived that (I mean, he was hit with lightning, to the chest for like 10 seconds and didn’t die). There’s plenty of season 2 content, I suppose. Makorra shippers must be ecstatic. I can already say that I don’t like Mako, as a character. At all. He’s bland, and very confused. I don’t know why 2 female leads are just prizes for a character that really doesn’t add much to the story. I was actually really disappointed that Korra isn’t going to go on a journey to regain the rest of her bending. Instead, Dues Ex Aang happens, and she magically gets all of it back, without working for it.

    Overall, I think the season was good, but the finale seemed oddly rushed, and the plot points were contrived. They should’ve made it 20-24 episodes instead.

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  9. huehuehue. Made this as an example for minicon. Still haven’t done that guy’s 5 dollar commission. I’ll get to it though. Eventually.

    huehuehue. Made this as an example for minicon. Still haven’t done that guy’s 5 dollar commission. I’ll get to it though. Eventually.

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  10. More old stuff. I think I liked this one though. Or at least I used to.

    More old stuff. I think I liked this one though. Or at least I used to.

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