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Toph is one of, if not 'the', my favorite characters from avatar. It is really a toss up between her and uncle, both characters speak to different parts of me. Man, what a deceptively deep cartoon. I love it.

Here we have an older Toph, no doubt sparring with an older Aang. I choose to keep her boyish features, made her thin, kept the bangs to illustrate she doesnâEUTMt use her eyes. I think she looks a bit too tall but I didnâEUTMt want to mess with it much more so I left it. If she were standing next to another character, her height would still be alright I think. WeâEUTMd see sheâEUTMs still short. SheâEUTMd still be the pint-sized juggernaut we love.


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Do you know she's blind?


Aww, how I love the series, and how I love Toph! And so I love this pic, too! And I really think, this could be Toph in 10 years :D

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big question

I'm pretty sure that everyone has commented on the size of Toff, followed with her hands and feet. Is this a future glimpse of Toff, also is this a resemblance of what really makes her so big since she's an earth bender?
I noticed that earth benders utilize heavy hand thrust or stomping/ violent hand thrust or stomping for thier bending. They have a stiff fighting style much like the fire benders, to which the fire benders are well rounded and I cant imagine their arms or legs being any larger. Each bender group has its own style obviously, but its not that subtle and quite easy to spot. Since you enlarged the arm/hands to feet, I figured that this was just merely a sign as to point out what makes Toff so special.
Aside from my assumptions, I find this simply brilliant and awesome. great works as usual.

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That's nice.

It's good art, but it... lol, it isn't true to Toph's size. Everything but Toph I thought was very nice.

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4.34 / 5.00

Jul 11, 2009
7:44 AM EDT
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669 x 1000 px
299.4 KB

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