20, London, aspiring illustrator/manga-ka and novelist. Likes fairytales, pretty things, fashion, anime/manga, good stories and creative randomness.
Fanart, fanfiction, wips and, maybe, personal projects.
future Gaang (girls ver)
Toph goes sleeveless for easier access to her meteorite bracelet, and a slit up one side of the bottom of her long top for movement. She also wears Earthbending armbands and black leggings. She’s still doing Earth Rumble - as well as starting up other things.
Katara’s hair is even longer than before, and she wears layers of flowing robes with wide drooping sleeves and sash clinched high on her waist. She’s started up a school and generally looks very sweet - until she whips out the water from the canisters beneath her long full skirts.
Suki dresses very simply but femininely, a civilian’s form-fitting green robe and plain sash. Though retired, she’s still a Kyoshi - with her fan hidden in her belt, and bandaged forearms and other tiny projectile weapons under her long sleeves. She wears an engagement necklace beneath her collar from Sokka - smaller and styled more Earth Kingdom than Water Tribe-like with coloured beads.
teen Chrome & I-pin sistermance; “morning routine/hair”
This was meant to be a personal headcanon of mine, where every morning they help eachother to prepare for school. Chrome, who’s growing out her hair and hasn’t styled it into her signature tuft yet, helps I-pin with her longer locks.
I-pin’s school uniform is a sailor fuku - which brings up conflicting memories/feelings for Chrome (but that’s a whole other headcanon) - whilst Chrome’s is a shirt, tie and skirt, that is very similar to her mafia uniform. Chrome also wears a bandage eyepatch, to fit in with her “civilian” surroundings - but changes to skull-patch otherwise. They are in middle and high school, respectively.
-facepalms- I totally forgot they have a eight year difference between them, and before I knew it, I drew both in their teens. Let’s just pretend Chrome got hit by the bazooka and they just carried on routine, shall we?
Drawn with (bad quality) sketchbook paper and colouring pencils, and cleaned up a bit with Photoshop.
One of the first KHR fanarts I’ve done, this one has a special place in my heart.