Storage and transportation of food and materials
|Behind the Scenes|
The Na'vi also use baskets (Na'vi name: Mak'i m'predu'k) made from hollowed out seed pods. Large seedpods are hollowed out and equipped with rope, twine, leather, and woven materials into a kind of open top backpack. Mostly used in conjunction with leather head strap. Those are generally one meter long by .75 meters wide, or roughly the size of a Na'vi back. Large seedpods work well as backpacks when fitted with an exterior harness. The simple, functional basket is often lavishly decorated, both to honor the natural world and also to display the maker’s pride in his or her craftsmanship.
Materials and ConstructionEdit
Complex weave made from flax-like leaves, wooden plug, twine, and beads.