It's a sad (and disappointing, and somewhat angering) news day, unfortunately!
The official Avatar social media accounts have released the new debut date for Avatar 2: December 18th, 2021.
Excitement has been drumming up with Disney's Pandora opening in 2017, Tsu'tey's comic release and, apparently, a book announcement (you can pre-order it on Amazon, yet exactly what the book will have in it is yet unknown--perhaps this will be pushed back, too).
Recently, however, Disney acquired Fox, and Avatar 2's release date was just pushed back a whole year--we can only speculate why, but I think the reason is obvious. Star Wars and their release da
Kaltxì ma frapo! Hello everyone!
The excitement in me right now cannot be contained!
Have you gone to Disney's Pandora, and wished you could be surrounded by those sounds and music again?
Your wish (well, my wish for sure!) has come true!!! You can now buy a CD that contains the music from both rides, the sounds of Pandora, and all the music you hear in Satu'li Canteen and in other parts of Pandora.... Eywa be praised!
Check out previews below!!!
Today was the release of a highly anticipated (by Avatar fans) of Tsu'tey's Path #1, by Dark Horse Comics. It chronicles the events of Avatar through Tsu'tey's eyes and experiences. This is something that die hard fans should grab!
There are two cover versions:
Any collectors should get both!
This post is going to be a continually updated reference of what we know about current, past and upcoming Na'vi characters in the Avatar franchise, and also all the clans of the Na'vi--inside and outside of the movies.
:bulletblue: Upcoming Characters :bulletblue:
With their Actor Names in parenthesis.
Na'vi of the Metkayina Clan: (Avatar 2)
Tonowari (Cliff Curtis) - The Clan Chief (olo'eytkan) of the Metkayina
Ronal (Kate Winslet) - Hm, perhaps the clan leader, or the tsahik? :o We can only guess, but I can't picture her as anything other than in a position of power.
Tsireya (Bailey Bass) - a female child/teen
Aonung (Filip Geljo) - a
Well, after months of debating with myself, I have to finally admit I have reached that point. 3D art is not an inexpensive hobby, and thus I have come to Patreon as my current job no longer supports the full drive and necessity of my hobby. It was fantastic I could easily support myself while in the military, but as I got out over a year ago now, my current job, though I love it, definitely does not provide a lot of income, and that income needs to go towards housing, bills and food. A lot of my costs for my 3D art are incurred by commissioning custom models and buying assets to use in DAZ Studio and Vue to get use of the programs' full pote