Disney’s princess ranking system, according to this bag:

First tier: white blonde ladies, obvsly. The longer the blonde hair, the better

Second tier: white ladies with “alternative” hair colors, like black or red

Third tier: non-white ladies and/or white ladies that read books

Fourth tier: Native American

Fifth tier: Mulan

Disney’s princess ranking system, according to this bag:

First tier: white blonde ladies, obvsly. The longer the blonde hair, the better

Second tier: white ladies with “alternative” hair colors, like black or red

Third tier: non-white ladies and/or white ladies that read books

Fourth tier: Native American

Fifth tier: Mulan

benditlikekorra:

Red Lotus Band by Ki-Hyun Ryu

benditlikekorra:

Red Lotus Band by Ki-Hyun Ryu

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greentardis1 Asked:
So you're no longer associated with LoK?

Well, I’m no longer collecting a paycheck from Korra. Mike and Bryan are still dear friends of mine, and I still talk to them all the time. My work on the episodes is just done, is all. In my mind, I’ll always be associated with Korra, whether they’re paying me or not.

thebestlaurenmontgomery:

My first box art! I’m super excited I got to do the character art for the Cerise Wolf Ever After High Comic-Con Exclusive! They gave it the royal packaging treatment as is the norm for comic con exclusives and it looks amazing. My name is on the box all fancy and everything. They even made a huge standee of it for the con floor. It’s taller than me, but I’m pretty short.

Anonymous Asked:
Do you know what Zuko's daughters name is? And if so please, for the love of all things honorable, let it not be honora.....

I think he named her Aangela after his best buddy

sherbies Asked:
Hey! If you're looking to get into some sort of design job for animation (storyboarding, characters, etc), what do studios usually look for in a good portfolio?

Sherbeeeeee! Hi!

I don’t really know. I’ve always been awful with portfolio stuff; I don’t have one. If I were hiring a storyboard artist, though, I’d want to see samples of storyboarding that were in line with the job that I was hiring for. If I was hiring for Korra, say, I wouldn’t really care if you had really funny Spongebob boards in your submission; I’d just want to see stuff that made me think you could do the job I was considering you for. You can’t really go wrong with figure drawings, I guess. It seems like every portfolio has em. If I were hiring for Spongebob, though, I wouldn’t care how well you could articulate a figure. I’d just want to see funny drawings.

tl;dr- show stuff that relates to the job you’re applying for. You should probably ask somebody else about this, too.

m0ntar Asked:
Hey Colin why was NOATS called night of a thousand stars anyways?

»RUN PROGRAM “HAZY MEMORY”

SEARCHING…

SEARCHING…

Um… I think it was just because the Nuktuk movie premiere was star-studded? 

»SYNTAX ERROR

»HALT AND CATCH FIRE

**computer explodes**

Anonymous Asked:
Heyho, random question but which LoK character do you think has the best haircut and would you wear one like that yourself?

Asami, bar none. I don’t know if I’m glamorous enough to pull off her hairstyle (when I HAVE hair, it usually looks more like an orange version of Bolin’s), but if I had an Asami wig, I’d probably be pretty happy about it.

Anonymous Asked:
Are the drawings for the second group of winners done, as well, from the November contest?

The deal with the second group of winners was that I was just going to send them whatever character they requested if it happened to be from the first group, without a signature or anything. Then I posted all the drawings, and it was just like, oh, well, I guess anybody can have them that wants them. They’re right there. If anybody wants me to email them a jpeg of any of the drawings, I’d be happy to (maybe they’re higher quality than the tumblr versions?), but I figured the second groupers wouldn’t really care that much. But no, I was never going to do extra drawings for the second-tier winners.