‘Avatar: The Sense of Water’ includes new features compared to the previous ones thanks to the work of James Cameron and WetaFX, who have improved motion capture, allowing them to move better with their characters’ costumes. Can Deborah L. Scott, Oscar-winning costume designer after ‘Titanic’ or ‘E.T.’ has been in charge of that section in both ‘Avatar’ movies, though Now your costumes are first designed and then cast digitally,
The world of Pandora gives Scott more opportunities to design Metakyna and its culture, but it also allows him to show the journey progress of characters like Jake Sully (Sam Worthington). In ‘The Sense of Water’ the past comes back to haunt him and his family, so he must leave the Ometikaya clan and arrive at the gates of the Metkayna Sanctuary, There is a notable difference in the way it is presented.
During an interview, Scott talk about sully’s leather poncho inspired by one of the most famous characters in Clint Eastwood,
“It’s a protective piece, and he (Cameron) said, ‘I want him to look like Clint Eastwood in here.’ Clint had a poncho in some of the movies that Jake would stick with [‘Avatar 3’] A little bit, then it will spread a little more.”
Although Jake’s poncho-like appearance emulates Eastwood’s Man With No Name from Sergio Leone’s Dollars trilogy, Sully is far from a wandering loner, but this time in ‘The Sense of Water’, he still has a home. Not there, Changing Your Warrior’s Appearance for Something More Comfort,
“He’s not trying to come out and be Jake Sully at that point. He’s got his dreadlocks on, he’s let his hair down. He doesn’t look like he looks at the point in the movie where he’s going to fight. decides to return for.” and protecting the clan. When he does so, he puts the girdle back on, shaving a portion of his head, revealing his strong jawline, giving him the clout of a more warrior.