Realizing that you only need, like, 5 frames to do a passable animation after you already draw about 15...
That's what "learning from one's own mistakes" is all about, isn't it?
Avatar Proposal1.0 IntroductionAvatar Proposal by RobinRone
On Saturday, July 19th, 2008, the last four episodes of the Nickelodeon show Avatar:
The Last Airbender earned a total of 5.6 million viewers. This strong performance not
only places Avatar among the top five cable shows for that week, it also puts it far ahead of the average viewers earned by Nickelodeon's most popular shows, which usually have 2 million 2.5 million viewers. While it is possible that these 3 million new pairs of eyes were provided by Nickelodeon's normal demographic of children, tweens, and mothers, this explanation does not seem likely. Looking instead at the typical turn-out at conventions, such as the San Diego Comic Con, and the strength of the internet communities, we are inclined to conclude that Avatar has managed to achieve something few shows do: it has succeeded in capturing the attention of millions of individuals outside its target demographic.
These viewers are typically older, either teenagers too old to fall into the tween