oh niceeeee!she's thge hottest Na'vi ever.haha
tsa'u sevin siltsan tseo.....i think i got that abt right... not dat fluent in Na'vi... :P(loosely translated from the Avatar activist survival guide book : that's a pretty good art:Dmovie is awesome! while usually im a pro-terran in sc fi, im very satisfied with the flow of the story:P
Telinga kami kat ubun-ubun lah.
anas: James Cameron said he wants to make the Na'vi sexy, and he succeeded!Raccoon: Impressive! Thanks so much. Where did you get the book?*high five on the comment of the story flow* I really like it too! Some people say it's too simple but I think it would need to be simple with such overwhelming visuals. And somehow I feel the plight of the Penans, the Aborigines and the native Americans all rolled into one. It's quite a powerful message!Naktiri: This is a quick sketch, my dear XD done while the memory of the movie is still fresh, so the details are not in place :)
I found the book, along with the Avatar Art book as well, at Borders Times Square. Should be out in most shops. Bought them both on christmas day itself as a christmas gift for... ME!:P(80bucks or so for the guide book)The one thing dat bought me off over most other 'native vs techy ppl' story is the fact that there is a strong element in support of the whole nature/spiritual argument on the Na'vi side. its not just blind/overused basic 'tree hugging sentiment'..
Raccoon: On Avatar - I couldn't agree with you more. The whole idea that the whole planet works as a huge complicated network system is very well presented and researched :)On the artbook: ooooh man, I should look for my own copy then :3