Monday, July 12, 2010

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11 comments:

Ricardo Baptista said...

She probably doesn't need the symbol on her chest...

Anonymous said...

Definitely my favorite out of all the other Supergirl redesigns. Love the gloves, the neck and the free-flowing skirt.

Barking Alien said...

Agreed. Favorite design so far. I would color the white section of her outfit blue and make this her regular costume in comics. Just beautiful.

Alex Getts said...

I want this as a toy on my desk at work. I LOVE this. I think I agree, this is my favorite thus far.

tightpantsjack said...

This really is your best Supergirl yet. It works.

cory j walker said...

Thanks, dudes.

alewar said...

Nice homage to Alex Ross' Suprema design, which in itself is an homage to his own Kingdom Come Brainiac's Daughter (future green Supergirl) design.

Can you draw PowerGirl sometime?

-c

Ben Hatke said...

Inspired.

Jeff Owens said...

Agree that this is the best yet. My favorite part is how the traditional symbol makes the top of the "S" created by the stripe. Crucial. Otherwise it would just be, like, a "J" sort of leaning to the left a little.

"It's for Jupergirl, duh."

GregorsReview said...

This one is the best of your Supergirl designs, in my opinion.

The cheer-leading look brings a youthful vulnerability and naivety to her, but also keeps it fun and cute. It will make her all the more unassuming to kick some ass (which surely she will). The gloves are the perfect touch. I'm not sure if the symbol is necessary though. Could work either way.

nice work.

Anonymous said...

Not only is the sketch drawn well, but the costume design is excellent.