EXACTLY! I think the fact that the WW animated feature was so well reviewed critically and the additional fact that Wonder Woman and Barda stole the spotlight in Superman/Batman apocalypse illustrates that the GIRLS NEED SOME SCRREN TIME DC PEOPLE!!!!
I compeletly agree! I mean they could so much with them! Young Justice is airing now, so maybe we have hope... (Poor Wonder Woman, Superman and Batman got there own animated series, but she got shafted...)
I've said it a dozen times and I'm probably going to say it a dozen times again. Your anatomy is just. perfect. Muscular yet still feminine. I can't pull that off, not even if my life depended on it :<
The combination of rough edges and sharp muscles combined with soft curves is a combination I'm particularly interested in. The only anatomy I can pull off a little bit, is the male one. And that whilst I'm a woman myself! How bad is that
I hope you don't mind my asking but... any pointers on the area from her navel to her hips/bottom? In my case, she either looks like an annorexic or an enormous bimbo with oversized butt-implants, but meh. You get the idea.
If you don't feel like giving me pointers I understand, so no pressure ^^
My advice would be to pursue a certain amount of real life observational drawing to perfect the troublesome areas of the anatomy. Observation is often thrown around as a technique, but I really must say, even as a heavily stylised artist like myself has definitely benefited from looking at real people and their poses. My other pointer would be to do what I call 'drawing through the figure'. What I mean by that is to keep construction lines loose and fluid and shape the body by seeing the various musculature sections as transluscent so you can see how that body part angles at the back and joins the part of the body you wouldn't usually. see. I'm not explaining this well am I? Basically draw the figure and its sections as though it's see-through. Hope that helps! Anything else you want advice with, feel free to ask me any time.
They look great! I especially love the sourpuss face on Wonder Girl -- so typical of Cassie likely complaining about something bad that happened to her. Why all teenage characters need to bitch and moan is beyond me. Donna never did.
It's how people perhaps think a teenager should be characterised to make them stereotypically teen. It's the angst! To be perfectly honest, if I was a young hot blonde with superpowers of a goddess I wouldn't be too angsty...where's the bad???
I use alcohol-based promarkers for colour as they blend so well and have a pretty smooth quality. The inked lines are done with staedler pigment liners which I've worked with for years now. Thanks for the interest and the comment!
I use a range, but they are limited to 8 sizes. I would certainly go for a 0.05, 3.00, 5.00 and a 7.00 though to have a range to work with. Oh and a really good solid black marker for those big areas of black.