I just want someone to see me walking in school or on the street and say FLAMEO HOTMAN
Then I can live the rest of my life in peace
CAN WE MAKE THIS A THING
REBLOG A BILLION TIMES THIS THING
The awkward happend today, we had to write a paragraph on “How Americanization effects you, and wether or not the CanCon is working.” So I did my normal filler paragraph, the opening monologue to avatar the last air bender.
With two minutes of class left the student teacher says, “I’m going to collect these so I can get a sense of your writing style”
And I had written this…..
I’m done writing meta on why I ship it, so please don’t add meta to my artwork. I figure all the work’s already been done, now all we need are some visuals.
Untitled “This Is Why I Ship It” art, with artistic liberty.
Click on the source to see the full thing on DeviantArt.
This makes me so happy, I can’t even tell you. Thank you, pugletto.
I am a Kataang fan.
Zutara is a very close second. I would have been happy either way.
Just a reminder that these exist.
So this happened.
So I realized that all of my posts of my costumes were reblogs of photosets that included other costumes I did not make, and I really want to keep my blog concise with just my work and no reblogs, so I deleted those, and here is a single post with pictures of all my Avatar cosplays. I kind of miss making costumes like this.
The Suki and Azula costumes were photographed by my awesome friend Ben
The first Yue picture was by the amazing Tony Quan
Second Yue by the wonderful Abbot W.
I have a lot of cosplay crushes (specifically speaking about their costumes), but I think this girl takes the cake. Just… holy shit. If my Zuko could come out anywhere like this, I’d literally cry from joy.
I was waterbending before it was cool.
You spelled “cactus” wrong.
Sozin’s Official Portrait
Sozin’s portrait, i.e. actually all of the Fire Nation’s royal portraits, resemble, in posture and symbolism, Buddhist statues.
Now here’s the fun part: Pretty much everything about Sozin’s portrait is a corruption of Buddhist teachings:
He is standing on, what looks from afar, like the lotus flower of enlightenment, (compare the other statues) but when you look closer you can see that he has replaced enlightenment with fire and soldiers.
His right hand is in a gesture calledbuddhashramana,“Gesture Beyond Misery” is also called theascetic’s Gesture of Renunciation. How fitting, considering what is going to come, that it is holdinga flame with this gesture.
this show man
I just spit stale-tortilla-chip-crumbs all over this damn place. OH HEEEEEEEY SENPAI