What about this one? ⬇️
The actual definition of sexy
What about this one? ⬇️
The actual definition of sexy
aw yes! ty lee showing him chi blocking and how to make a cartwheel without using his bending.
them making jewelry out of flowers!
going on adventures together to find those animals that lived before the 100 year war.
them being able to talk about their trauma and how they cope.
them maybeeee looking back at ty lee’s family tree 👀
Katara & Toph
Did I just walk out the hair salon looking like goddamned smeller bee? Yes I did 🧖♀️
I regret my life choices
Toph with Aang’s staff x2
(Couldn’t figure out which one I liked better 😅)
I found it on an fb fan group so I cropped it up to make it easier to read
i recoloured toph…
i’m thinking of trying some new styles of digital art and challenging myself to not look at a reference image and think of my own sketches. also installed auto desk sketchbook and i’m wary of whether ill keep it or keep using ibis paint x.
absolutely! (this is also going to be craftbending)
Sokka: you ever wish you could astral project?
Zuko: myself into the sun?
The fact that there are actual people that think that Aang￼￼ (a prepubescent survivor of a genocide, who woke up one day to find out that everyone he knew, the things he didn’t appreciate, or didn’t get to learn will never be known, and are lost forever) was selfish and “should go to hell” for not being willing to murder a man straight on? Like people lack empathy and need to step back and stop attacking others, sit down and chill out
In case you’re finding this post just by browsing the tags I’ve used for this post, this is the Watchathon, a blog where I’m hoping to watch an episode of a TV show every weekday, with a short blog post where I write down my thoughts as I watch. Each new thought starts with a hyphen and a bolded first word.
- Like so. Now that the introductions are over with, here’s my thoughts on The Western Air Temple:
- I forgot that all the people who escaped from the Fire Nation along with the Gaang joined them when they went to the Western Air Temple. I guess I just sort of assumed after last episode that they’d get dropped off somewhere, or something like that.
- I like that we’re getting a flashback to Zuko and Iroh just a week after the former’s banishment. And once we go back to the present, it seems like Zuko really regrets treating his uncle the way he did back then.
- Toph has just totally given up on being in the loop when it comes to the Gaang’s adventures before they met her, and I’m just surprised it didn’t happen sooner.
- I like this scene of Zuko rehearsing what he’s gonna say to the Gaang. It’s both cute and hilarious, especially when he demands an answer from the frog he’s giving this speech to.
- Another funny part of this scene is Zuko impersonating Iroh and Azula to figure out what they’d do, especially when he can’t even understand what his own Iroh impersonation means. Also kinda sweet that his first thought when he’s lost about what to do is to ask himself “what would Uncle do?”
- “Hello, Zuko here.” We’re all in agreement that if Zuko was a YouTuber, that would be his intro, right?
- This is so hard to watch. We, the audience, know that Zuko’s sincerely changed and he wants to help the Gaang defeat his father the Fire Lord. But the Gaang isn’t buying it, and it’s completely understandable why. He chased them all around the globe, and now he’s suddenly (from their perspective) saying he’s on their side now.
- I can get why Zuko thinks he should’ve pinned Combustion Man on Azula, but what he’s unaware of is how one of the Gaang is a living lie detector, so it really would’ve just hurt his case.
- It makes sense that Toph is much more willing to forgive Zuko than the others. By the time she joined, Azula had taken over as the Fire Nation royal who was hunting them down.
- And just when we thought that Zuko had one member of the Gaang on his side, he burns Toph when she comes up to his camp to talk with him. It really does seem like Zuko can’t catch a break this episode, doesn’t it?
- Not like things are so hunky dory for the Gaang either, when Combustion Man tracks them down to the Western Air Temple. And it just occurred to me that after Azula came back to the Fire Nation, he took over the position of hunting down the Avatar. I guess there’s just always a Firebender(?) hunting down the Gaang. Until this episode, at least.
- I’ve got to wonder what Combustion Man’s motive is. Clearly it’s not money, since the revocation of pay if he keeps going doesn’t stop him, nor does the offer of double pay if he stops. Is he just really stubborn…? Does he have a vehement unexplainable hatred for Aang…?
- I like that we’re seeing Sokka use his boomerang as a projectile, since for whatever reason he doesn’t usually do that.
- I don’t quite get how Zuko took down Combustion Man, but I’m glad he did, since it helps him earn the Gaang’s trust.
- I like how Aang asks his friends for their input before fully committing to the idea of Zuko joining them as his Firebending teacher.
- Between Zuko and Jet, it seems like Katara has (understandably) little patience for those who she trusted and then was betrayed by.
You’re right and you should say it. Also I’m going to incorporate this into my craftbending au if you don’t mind:
I’m painting as gifts. Here’s a flower crown cutie.
a long time ago the four nations lived together in harmony….
Inkober day 10-hope (i am officially a loser…i’m ten days behind lol)
atla but its social media
i made an atla/lok group chat! join if ur interested—i just wanna make more atla friends🖤🖤