korracast:

Korrascope! - a new interview series with the creators of Korra! Please REBLOG so we can help get the word out!

In collaboration with Korracast and TLOKonline, we are launching a podcast series called KorraScope to interview individuals involved in the production of the Legend of Korra.  Our first interviewee is the insanely talented Jeremy Zuckerman, composer of both LoK and AtLA.
We will be asking questions submitted by you guys, so feel free to reply with one below.  The deadline for questions is Friday, so no need to rush.  
Korracast and TLOKonline will also be accepting questions this week so if you like you can submit your questions to them as well.
Thanks in advance!
P.S. You can follow KorraScope on our brand new (very much still under construction) Tumblr page where we will be posting future episodes.  

In collaboration with Korracast and TLOKonline, we are launching a podcast series called KorraScope to interview individuals involved in the production of the Legend of Korra.  Our first interviewee is the insanely talented Jeremy Zuckerman, composer of both LoK and AtLA.

We will be asking questions submitted by you guys, so feel free to reply with one below.  The deadline for questions is Friday, so no need to rush.  

Korracast and TLOKonline will also be accepting questions this week so if you like you can submit your questions to them as well.

Thanks in advance!

P.S. You can follow KorraScope on our brand new (very much still under constructionTumblr page where we will be posting future episodes.  

bryankonietzko:

One last trip down memory lane for tonight (can you tell I am digging through old files?), this time from January of 2007. This is a personal favorite and it came about in a funny way. They told us we could make some “creator t-shirts” with whatever art we wanted on them and they would sell a limited run on the network website. So I made this. And they said, “Yeah, not that one.” The calligraphy, by S.L. Lee, PhD., is from the Blue Spirit’s wanted poster.

bryankonietzko:

One last trip down memory lane for tonight (can you tell I am digging through old files?), this time from January of 2007. This is a personal favorite and it came about in a funny way. They told us we could make some “creator t-shirts” with whatever art we wanted on them and they would sell a limited run on the network website. So I made this. And they said, “Yeah, not that one.” The calligraphy, by S.L. Lee, PhD., is from the Blue Spirit’s wanted poster.

bryankonietzko:

While I’m at it, here is the “Have You Seen My Flying Bison?” poster I made for the ATLA Book 2 episode “Lake Laogai,” with calligraphy by S.L. Lee, PhD, slightly-less way back in May of 2006. Aang looks like an egg with Aang’s face drawn on it.

bryankonietzko:

While I’m at it, here is the “Have You Seen My Flying Bison?” poster I made for the ATLA Book 2 episode “Lake Laogai,” with calligraphy by S.L. Lee, PhD, slightly-less way back in May of 2006. Aang looks like an egg with Aang’s face drawn on it.