dave is not a girl

bryke have zero understanding of zuko’s personality nor of his character arc, also they just don’t care: the tl;dr version (with pictures)

zuko’s face when his uncle says something that is clearly painful for him to say:

directed by: dave filoni

zuko’s face when zhao, a man that repeatedly mocked, belittled and tried to kill him is in mortal peril:

directed by: dave filoni

zuko’s face when a girl he just met shows him a scar (which is to say, a years old injury, long healed):

directed by: lauren macmullan

zuko’s face when contemplating iroh’s pain about lu ten’s death:

directed by: lauren macmullan

zuko’s face when azula burns iroh:

directed by: giancarlo volpe

zuko’s face when a twelve year old boy, who repeatedly saved his life, gets shot by lightning:

directed by: michael dante dimartino

i’m definitely a feminist. I’m fucking disgusted by the way women are still treated. It’s 1993 and some people still think we’re in the 1950’s. We need to make more pregress. There needs to be more female musicians,more female artist,more female writers. Everything is dominated by fucking males. And I’m sick of it!.
—  Kurt Cobain.
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Character Design: Finding the Look of Ahsoka Tano

Ahsoka first appeared in a 2005 sketch by Dave Filoni. In that pencil sketch, she was just a shy Togruta girl peeking out from beneath her oversized Jedi hood.

Audiences wouldn’t meet the character for another THREE YEARS, and over that time she tried on different costumes and facial markings and had her named changed from Ashla, before the team arrived at the version that made it to Star Wars: The Clone Wars movie.

Believe it or not, her final look was greatly influenced by San in Hayao Miyazaki’s Princess Mononoke.

An early maquette had more angular features, but George Lucas voiced some concerns over her larger alien head, suggesting softening her features to make her more relatable. This gave us the final – and much loved – Ahsoka Tano!

  • Jack: Girls are so hot.
  • Jack: Guys are so hot too, oh man.
  • Jack: Why is everyone so hot?
  • Davey: Global warming.