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After seeing a good bit of Masculine!Korra or Korro(?), I wanted to draw (digitally) my own interpretation of how Korro would look :D  The top sketch was pretty bad and was just a way of seeing what his hair would look like but I’m quite happy with how the second version came out :D  I’ve seen people draw him with a masculine face with the same hair as Korra (which are freakin AWESOME) but I wanted to draw everything masculine, deviating from her whole feminine Water Tribe appearance.  So, I gave him a shorter pony-tail (influenced by Sokka) but kept the trademark side-ponies Korra is so well known in having, however, just leaving one because her side-ponies are reminiscent to pig-tails which are generally seen on girls and I, obviously, wanted to prevent Korro from looking too feminine.
Sketch work © me, Finn Moreau.
Avatar: The Legend of Korra and all its characters © Bryan Koneitzko & Michael Dante DiMartino
**DO NOT USE ARTWORK WITHOUT MY PERMISSION**

After seeing a good bit of Masculine!Korra or Korro(?), I wanted to draw (digitally) my own interpretation of how Korro would look :D  The top sketch was pretty bad and was just a way of seeing what his hair would look like but I’m quite happy with how the second version came out :D  I’ve seen people draw him with a masculine face with the same hair as Korra (which are freakin AWESOME) but I wanted to draw everything masculine, deviating from her whole feminine Water Tribe appearance.  So, I gave him a shorter pony-tail (influenced by Sokka) but kept the trademark side-ponies Korra is so well known in having, however, just leaving one because her side-ponies are reminiscent to pig-tails which are generally seen on girls and I, obviously, wanted to prevent Korro from looking too feminine.

Sketch work © me, Finn Moreau.

Avatar: The Legend of Korra and all its characters © Bryan Koneitzko & Michael Dante DiMartino

**DO NOT USE ARTWORK WITHOUT MY PERMISSION**

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