Nice but she´s too "meaty".
Superbritney is all skin´n´bones.
P.S: You should post this on the Never Ending forum, it´s where the artists hang :)
But it isn't for artists... it is for the real fanboys... :)
Much better than the one they use right now at least, i'm not much for the teen scrawny look they use.
Yea I know. They should find some way to speed age her or somethin'.Originally Posted by Agentum
Bang up job there Chris btw!:D
she is just to damn skiny now!
Nice art. Certainly looked much better than Michael Turner's art.
All grown up , she'll probably look like this statue. :D
I take it you dropped the book. She's bulked up a bit in the missing year. Still trim but rounder and a bit healthier looking.Originally Posted by Eliseu Gouveia
Last edited by PatrickG; 10-31-2006 at 12:04 PM.
I take it that you can't tell the difference. Judging by the awkward and decidedly sexist Churchill art you used for an example, she's still an empty-headed waif...or maybe someone lobbed a mannikin at Nightwing and barely missed. :)Originally Posted by PatrickG
Decidedly sexist? We're talking Supergirl here, right?
How is Churchill's art sexist? WTF! Kara is a skinny girl- period. Its been well established by the way she has consistently been drawn, and other characters in her book comment on how skinny she is.Originally Posted by KET
The one area in which Marvel comic characters are consistently better than DC characters is in the variety of body types. Spiderman is small and thin. Wolverine is short and stocky. The Hulk is massive and stumpy. Puck is just short and stumpy. Mr. Fantastic (when not stretching) is still tall and slim. The multiple man is slender and of average height. Batman, Superman, Green Lantern, Flash, Cyborg, Nightwing, etc. all have the exact same build. Powergirl seems to be the exception with her huge boobs.
So we have the new Supergirl, a character that her creators have given slender stature to. Why do you want to change this? If you want to look at girls you find physically attractive pick up a car magazine or a porno. If you still insist on an illustrated character, read Wonderwoman or the new Justice League. If you want to read a book about the new Supergirl, read a book about her. But don't complain that you think she's too skinny- that's who she is. Accept it.
It depends on the artist, but pretty much. The Superman/Batman action figures based on Ed McGuiness' art are really bad for this. Every guy has the exact same body and chin.Originally Posted by Alex A Sanchez
I have to agree that if you take them out of their costumes, it´s kinda hard to tell who´s who.
At least with Flash they have lately startted to portrait him slightly skinnier than the rest of the gang.