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Avatar Tale Tellers

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This is my entry to the 'Tale tellers' challenge of the month. My piece portrays
Bryan Konietzko and Michael Dante Dimartino, whose creative collaboration resulted in the two beautiful animated nickelodeon shows: 'Avatar: Legend of Aang' and 'Avatar: Legend of Korra'

The reason I chose to show only female characters, is that I loved how these shows pushed the boundaries of gender representation with so many interesting and badass female characters, as well as representation of race and sexuality. These shows are visually stunning, meaningful, fantastically written, and enjoyable for all ages, so I needed to pay a homage to the two awesome guys who started it all off.

This piece is traditional, created with ink, watercolours and markers. Here is the link to my in progress video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TvkYrFNyyM0

Thank you to Jazza for hosting this contest, I hope you like the piece! :)

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This is great! I love that the creations are in colour contrasting with the animators in black and white. I also love the dynamic poses that the characters are in. Good luck in the contest X

SuzySquidInk responds:

Thanks, you too! :)

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Aug 22, 2016
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