It appears that Pabu is a vampire.
Hi! I'm Colin Heck. I work in animation as a director on The Legend Of Korra. These are some of my drawings and smartass answers to Korra questions.
Yes! Still working on them and figuring out how to get people to sign them. Hopefully I can figure them out by the end of February.
Happy New Year, everyone! Here are some photos I took of the Korra crew from our various festivities last month, including someone’s birthday, a white elephant gift exchange, and our traditional year-end bowling party––sadly our last one, as we’ll be down to a skeleton crew by December 2014. I am enjoying the company of these great folks between all the work, while it lasts.
Howdy, friends. I haven’t posted in a while as I’ve been buried under deadlines as well as under the weather. We are all really excited with how Book 3 is turning out. As promised, it features a lot more Lin Beifong than Book 2, so I thought I’d share a cool screen shot of her. OK, I’m going to crawl back underneath my deadlines and cough.
Wait- you were buried under the weather? That sounds awful
Nope! I’m going to wait until I’ve finished all the drawings and send them all at once. It’ll make it easier to get everybody to sign them that way. Hopefully next month sometime?
I just found this photo from the Book 2 premiere party and I love it. Our animatic editor, Amaris Cavin, took it.
I’ve got four done but not signed/I’m okay, but my neck hurts from jiu jitsu class
Sneak peek at one of the incredible LoK drawings that one of our top 10 Korra Nation members will receive! This Zhu Li stunner was created for us by LoK supervising producer, Lauren Montgomery.
Way to go winners, you did the thing!
Whoa. #NOATS winners, you should know that your drawings will not be anywhere near as cool as this.
#pearljam #eddievedder @colin_heck
My brother Ben was nice enough to invite me to the Pearl Jam concert last night, whom I had never seen live. As you can see, it’s us and then ten people and then Eddie, which is the closest I’ve ever been to the stage at a venue that large and it was a completely different concert experience than I’m used to. We could see like distinct expressions on Eddie’s face. He throws off a lot of fluid during the show, between the sweat and the spitting.
Pearl Jam fans were all super nice and helpful- I thought I was maybe at a Phish show or something for a second. Anyway, we left after two hours because we’re both too old to stand up for that long, but it was a great show.