Korra and her cuddly bear-dog pal send some love via @moondogfinch on Instagram.
This is amazing! I love the Future Industries mug.
Here are the intro slides I made for our SDCC Korra panelists. I had a very narrow slice of time in which to make them, but had a ton of fun in doing so.
The best part of Fridays! Click here to watch Book 3 Episode 10 “Long Live the Queen” on nick.com now!
New episode up! Poop is getting real.
Hoarding water bottles “backstage” in the Nick Booth with the Korra panel guests.
Janet Varney learning the lyrics and melody to “Secret Tunnel” in the Nick Lounge with Mike as her vocal coach.
Tight quarters “backstage” in the Nick Booth at SDCC with Janet Varney and Dee Bradley Baker. Thanks for being such a stellar panel audience, everyone!
season 3 brofist woooooooooo!
We had a fun crew screening last week of the 1-hour finale of Book 3. This will likely be our last such gathering, as the designers’ last day on the production is sadly tomorrow (which ended up falling on the Book 3 premiere), and the background painters are finishing up a few weeks behind them. In typical Korra fashion though, we still have an inordinate amount of work to do before they leave! DON’T GO! *sniff* I love this crew. It is bittersweet, because at the same time I am VERY HAPPY about the pre-production finish line fast approaching.
We had a fun, impromptu lunch with *most* of the remaining Korra design team yesterday. After a long haul, we are in the home stretch with preproduction (design/color) on the Book 4 finale episodes. I’m going to miss these incredibly talented, friendly, and funny folks when we finish in a few short weeks. Left to right: Steve Hirt (clean up/add. prop & char. design), Christie Tseng (char. design), Melissa King (BG paint), William Nanqing Niu (BG design), Emily Tetri (BG paint), Christine Bian (BG design), Jojo Aguilar (prop & add. BG design), Mike, Lauren Zurcher (BG paint), and me.
my profile page for an upcoming collaborative sketchbook GIF Club! The book will be sold at Anime Expo!!
As you can see here, we are very lucky to have William Nanqing Nui as a background designer on Korra.
I showed up at work last weekend to find this back-lit movie poster thing had been installed in the parking garage.
Beautiful vocal version of Jeremy Zuckerman’s Legend of Korra score! Check it out!
Incredible! Such a sublime rendition by the Audire Soundtrack Choir at the Berklee College of Music (Jeremy Zuckerman’s alma mater) featuring spoken word by Dante Basco.