Colour me impressed by Robby Cook‘s interpretation of various Disney Princesses as Benders from the world of Avatar: The Last Airbender.
I’m going to confess to not only having watched Avatar, but to having really enjoyed it. Sure it’s a little childish at times, but it’s actually a really well done show, and the lore and setting it really well fleshed out.
You might remember the Cat Bus from My Neighbour Totoro (Tonari No Totoro), it’s quite serendipitous that I should find this today as I’m going to go see the latest Studio Ghibli movie (From Up Poppy Hill) tomorrow at the Glasgow Film Festival.
I’ve only recently been inducted into the Adventure time cult, but I’ve fast grown to love the show, these episodes have everything that makes adventure time fun, just condensed into an even shorter time span and…
The Art Style is adventure time, the humour is adventure time, the voices are for the most part adventure time, and it has a chip tune theme song, what’s not to like, I’ve embedded the first few episodes here so you don’t have to go anywhere to watch them, you can thank me later.
The above image is by Little Digits as is the one below. I like the whimsical style of her art, but as with many things that are posted to Tumblr the original source was hard to find, even though they are signed. Little Digits is actually quite prolific and it’s worth looking through her Tumblr blog.
I just got reminded of this song from Dot and the Kangaroo a film made in the late seventies in Australia, it had animated characters overlaid over actual video of the Australian outback and was really cool. The song is about the Bunyip and used to scare me shitless as a child.