April 23, 2013
k4ll0:

I don’t want Korra to end yet ಥ_ಥ

Very cool piece of 3D Amon fanart done in ZBrush.

k4ll0:

I don’t want Korra to end yet ಥ_ಥ

Very cool piece of 3D Amon fanart done in ZBrush.

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Filed under: k4ll0 Amon fanart zbrush 
March 28, 2013
moni158:

*u*
I can’t stop drawing these…

Ha ha, I love it.

moni158:

*u*

I can’t stop drawing these…

Ha ha, I love it.

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Filed under: korra amon lok fanart 
December 18, 2012
Mike, Joaquim, Steve Blum (Amon), and I just finished up an awesome round of Book 1 DVD commentary.

Mike, Joaquim, Steve Blum (Amon), and I just finished up an awesome round of Book 1 DVD commentary.

October 26, 2012
photo by Sylvia Filcak

photo by Sylvia Filcak

October 16, 2012
Howdy, strangers!
I’m not sure if Korra Nation already released this particular version, but here is an early concept piece I did of Amon in early 2010.

Howdy, strangers!

I’m not sure if Korra Nation already released this particular version, but here is an early concept piece I did of Amon in early 2010.

July 17, 2012
Thumbs up if you love equality! Another killer set of Chi-blockers. Bonus points for the goggle detail.

Thumbs up if you love equality! Another killer set of Chi-blockers. Bonus points for the goggle detail.

July 16, 2012

This was the first pair of cosplayers we spotted at 9:00AM. I dig Amon’s pinstripes.

June 8, 2012
This is the bottom layer of a piece of press art I’m working on for the fast-approaching finale of The Legend of Korra Book 1. It seems appropriate to post it in the middle of the night since, well… the night is dark and full of terrors, and this thing is pretty spooky if I do say so myself.
I remember hearing the phrase “an artist always draws him- or herself no matter the subject” a couple times, and that is certainly hard to shake after attending art school where they have you do about 100 self-portraits before you graduate. We had Amon’s mask (which I designed) sculpted in CG as a reference for the animators, since the patterns can be tricky to draw in various angles. And even though I practically traced the mask in this illustration straight from the CG model, something about the lens distortion and the angle of the mask made it end up looking like me. When I mentioned it to my wife she said, “Yeah, I’ve been thinking that the whole time you were working on it but I didn’t want to say anything.” Apparently I’m evil.

This is the bottom layer of a piece of press art I’m working on for the fast-approaching finale of The Legend of Korra Book 1. It seems appropriate to post it in the middle of the night since, well… the night is dark and full of terrors, and this thing is pretty spooky if I do say so myself.

I remember hearing the phrase “an artist always draws him- or herself no matter the subject” a couple times, and that is certainly hard to shake after attending art school where they have you do about 100 self-portraits before you graduate. We had Amon’s mask (which I designed) sculpted in CG as a reference for the animators, since the patterns can be tricky to draw in various angles. And even though I practically traced the mask in this illustration straight from the CG model, something about the lens distortion and the angle of the mask made it end up looking like me. When I mentioned it to my wife she said, “Yeah, I’ve been thinking that the whole time you were working on it but I didn’t want to say anything.” Apparently I’m evil.

June 6, 2012
Hanging with the baddies at yesterday’s ADR session, the men you love to hate/hate to love/hate to hate: Dee Bradley Baker (Tarrlok) and Steve Blum (Amon). Steve was inducted into the Guinness World Records yesterday for “most voice over roles in video games.” Congratulations to Steve!
Dee (who it should be noted you also love to love as Naga, Pabu, Oogi, Appa, Momo, Chong, and everyone’s favorite, the Police Dispatcher) has set up a fantastic website/blog to share his advice and expertise to anyone interested in a career in voice acting. It is really insightful and a pleasure to read, and much of this sage wisdom can be applied to any career in the arts. Here’s the home page: iwanttobeavoiceactor.com

Hanging with the baddies at yesterday’s ADR session, the men you love to hate/hate to love/hate to hate: Dee Bradley Baker (Tarrlok) and Steve Blum (Amon). Steve was inducted into the Guinness World Records yesterday for “most voice over roles in video games.” Congratulations to Steve!

Dee (who it should be noted you also love to love as Naga, Pabu, Oogi, Appa, Momo, Chong, and everyone’s favorite, the Police Dispatcher) has set up a fantastic website/blog to share his advice and expertise to anyone interested in a career in voice acting. It is really insightful and a pleasure to read, and much of this sage wisdom can be applied to any career in the arts. Here’s the home page: iwanttobeavoiceactor.com

May 3, 2012
This is the storyboard panel I did for the scene in K104 “The Voice In The Night” when Korra peers into the window and is startled by the visage of Amon on a banner. SHPOOKY…

This is the storyboard panel I did for the scene in K104 “The Voice In The Night” when Korra peers into the window and is startled by the visage of Amon on a banner. SHPOOKY…

April 19, 2012
They recently did a remodel on the Nickelodeon Animation Studios and installed these snazzy four-high HD displays in the main lobby. They showcase the various Nick shows throughout the day. My friend Rohner Segnitz did a great job designing these awesome digital layouts for Korra and Avatar that frame the episodes. I worked my tail off on the Korra promo poses, and I must confess I love coming into the studio and having a 12-foot-tall Korra and Amon towering over me.

They recently did a remodel on the Nickelodeon Animation Studios and installed these snazzy four-high HD displays in the main lobby. They showcase the various Nick shows throughout the day. My friend Rohner Segnitz did a great job designing these awesome digital layouts for Korra and Avatar that frame the episodes. I worked my tail off on the Korra promo poses, and I must confess I love coming into the studio and having a 12-foot-tall Korra and Amon towering over me.

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Filed under: Korra Amon Aang Katara 
March 22, 2012
I just finished up a propaganda banner of Amon. I love making the graphic pieces for the show. I’m just too sloooooooooooooow.

I just finished up a propaganda banner of Amon. I love making the graphic pieces for the show. I’m just too sloooooooooooooow.

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