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angiensca:

avatar the last airbender/legend of korra sketches :)

(vía korra-avatastic)

And thank you for all the fish

And thank you for all the fish

(vía papelito-dreams)

pi-thia:

No, but like, look at how different her style is from Lin’s.
Even when she’s doing acrobatics and leaping over explosions and flying rocks, Lin is rigid and controlled. She moves like a martial artist.
Suyin moves like the dancer she is. She’s fluid, she doesn’t dig in too hard, she flows from dodge to attack to dodge. 
Lin is powerful and rigid, Su is graceful and loose. Their styles fit their personalities.
Yet another example of how I fucking love the way bending relates to the character using it in this series.

pi-thia:

No, but like, look at how different her style is from Lin’s.

Even when she’s doing acrobatics and leaping over explosions and flying rocks, Lin is rigid and controlled. She moves like a martial artist.

Suyin moves like the dancer she is. She’s fluid, she doesn’t dig in too hard, she flows from dodge to attack to dodge. 

Lin is powerful and rigid, Su is graceful and loose. Their styles fit their personalities.

Yet another example of how I fucking love the way bending relates to the character using it in this series.

(Fuente: nativetoamerica, vía korra-avatastic)

majingojira:

travisbeacham:

Randomly stumbled across this on Pinterest. Here’s what I like about it. 1) I’ve got hard ties to 12 of the 16 monsters pictured. 2) Hardship and Karloff are pretty deep cuts. 3) I love imagining Slattern fighting the Kraken from Clash of the Titans. Who knows, maybe the Kraken is from the Anteverse too.

Honestly?  This is one of the better Pacific Rim size Charts there is.  Why? Because it doesn’t take the official sizes(which really read as “Overall Length” in many cases) as just “Heights”.  Because Slattern ends up looking almost 3 times as big as he does in the film with the official number given as height.  
Also, I think the Kraken may be a bit bigger than is portrayed in the film, but I haven’t seen the whole film to judge properly.
Finally, what I find truly hilarious, is that Godzilla (Legendary) STILL outweighs even the heaviest of the Pacific Rim Kaiju by over 13 times!  They’d jump on him to try and bowl him over and him just shrugging them off before roasting them. 

this is very important

majingojira:

travisbeacham:

Randomly stumbled across this on Pinterest. Here’s what I like about it. 1) I’ve got hard ties to 12 of the 16 monsters pictured. 2) Hardship and Karloff are pretty deep cuts. 3) I love imagining Slattern fighting the Kraken from Clash of the Titans. Who knows, maybe the Kraken is from the Anteverse too.

Honestly?  This is one of the better Pacific Rim size Charts there is.  Why? Because it doesn’t take the official sizes(which really read as “Overall Length” in many cases) as just “Heights”.  Because Slattern ends up looking almost 3 times as big as he does in the film with the official number given as height.  

Also, I think the Kraken may be a bit bigger than is portrayed in the film, but I haven’t seen the whole film to judge properly.

Finally, what I find truly hilarious, is that Godzilla (Legendary) STILL outweighs even the heaviest of the Pacific Rim Kaiju by over 13 times!  They’d jump on him to try and bowl him over and him just shrugging them off before roasting them. 

this is very important

pettyartist:

returntothestars:

It’s like when Windows does this, but in real life.


I wanna send it down some stairs.

pettyartist:

returntothestars:

It’s like when Windows does this, but in real life.

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I wanna send it down some stairs.

(Fuente: toska91, vía jeckaleal94)