And here is the design finally ready, with all colors and in all its glory. This was my first art done with my new Intuos pen tablet 4, and I must say, better equipment makes a huge difference at work. And of course, inspired by a working model so beautiful and so perfect with her costumes help much. Thank you, Miss Yaya for inspiration, and continue delighting us all with your wonderful work!
My version of YayaHan as her Retro Space Girl cosplay. Ya Ya has a heart of gold and asked me to draw her, probably 3 or more years ago? Finally did it! Here's the costume reference: www.deviantart.com/art/Retro-S…
Hand drawn/inked with Kuretake brush pens Color in Photoshop
A time distortion causes Powergirl to encounter herself, having beaten the cause of the problem, they pose for a farewell photo.
I decided to draw a picture of Powergirl from my favourite periods of the character, so here is Powergirl of 1989 when she first joined the Justice League and as she was in 2009 in her own comic series. I've tried to be as faithful to the designs of both artists Bart Sears (1989) and Amanda Conner (2009) of the character costumes of the respective period.
I have to admit Powergirl is one of those characters who has managed to have a variety of different outfits and looks ( such as her Gold outfit ) with only the New 52 costume looking somehow wrong and i still think that was largely down to it having the overt half chest symbol ( ditch the symbol or turn it into a belt buckle or cape buckle, and the costume might have looked ok in my opinion ).
What i particulary liked beyond the costumes, about both her 1989-1991 and 2009-2011 incarnations was that both were fairly similar in her character depiction, a lot of people remember Powergirl as being overly aggressive back in the 1989, but initially she was portrayed as tough, assertive and witty, not unlike her 2009 incarnation, and there were some decent reasons that could have explained why she became increasingly aggressive as time went on but that was fumbled badly at the time for a joke about diet soda giving her mood swings.