legend of korra future

I feel like Korra and Asami would never actually fight, like they’d just banter. and anything they’d “fight” about is stupid little things like “Korra Naga can’t sleep in bed she’s bigger than the bed” and “Asami you got grease all over the couch” and that they’d have that like nauseatingly happy relationship

LGBT Characters In Animation

*crying tears of joy and saddness* *is a mankanshoku x gamagori shipper* *unable to hold the feels* *laughing over Shinsekai yori*

these are just some of my favourites, full list here :)

Two years ago we confirmed this couple, it may not seem like it, but time progresses and thanks to God we have been able to prove (although not at the speed we want) society is also doing it and proof of it is the Amount of LGTB couples that are coming to light and how people accept it! Happy two years Korra and Asami. And to continue to work towards a hopeful future.

fandom related baby names

I don’t know what to name my children in the future

Should I name them after a human boy and a magical dog who lives in a post apocalyptic world? A princess from another dimension? Gemstones and different minerals? Twins who spent a summer vacation in Oregon? Another inter-dimensional traveler? A Raccoon and a Blue Jay? A blue cat and a fish who grew legs? Two child prodigies who builds contraptions in their backyard? Ponies? Wizards? Magic People? A FRICKN’ LADYBUG AND BLACK CAT WHO SAVES PARIS???

Hi Everyone!

It’s been a wild ride and a good and busy start to 2016!!

I started on a new film production at Warner Bros., been working on various commissions, started some new original works and yes,  got some new fan art and shirt designs to share :)


BK: Asami’s prototype for the flagship Future Industries dirigible was a challenging and intricate design task, but our prop designer Christine’s enthusiasm made it a fun process. i knew the upcoming Metal Clan city and vehicles were going to be steeped in an Art Deco style, so I gave Christine the direction to make this an Art Nouveau airship. She came up with this striking silhouette and developed it beautifully. William had the daunting task of designing the elaborate Art Nouveau atrium and cockpit within the parameters of the bizarre volumes dictated by the exterior design of the airship. He executed them stupendously, resulting in one of my favorite locations of the season. Designs by Christine Bian, William Nanqing Niu, and Angela Sung. Paintings by Emily Tetri and Frederic Stewart.