With this i was thinking modern Greek warrior, lots of people seem to go for the ancient look for Wonder Woman but I feel the Amazons would have advanced as a civilization regardless of being in isolation. I'm not sure of the extent of her invulnerability so I just gave her basic armor.
I was going to scrap the gold in favor of all silver, but the red and gold scheme just worked for me on the body armor, I drew a blank with the feet though.
Seeing as Wonder Woman is a given name I went with the eagle instead of the WW as an emblem - it just makes sense to me.
Here I wanted to go for the adventurer meets warrior look hence the modern bottom half. I wanted to go for an Egyptian look but their armor designs (the few that I saw) didn't do it for me so I designed my own to avoid the He-Man look Hawkman usually has.
If I was in charge ancient Egypt would of had a league of their own comprised of Hawkman, Black Adam and Fate. The official back story of this character is too convoluted for my liking, rather than reincarnation I would have had the armor retain battle knowledge due to the nth metal properties but whatever. it also would have been cool if Carter had worked with the Batsons as well
Back to the actual design, I wanted to go for mechanical wings but it felt like overkill with the metal. The helmet was heavily influenced by the DCAU designs, I figure the helmet houses the rest of the costume like Dr. Fate.
The final in my Wonder Women series. As much as I did want to make her blonde, I had so much gold worked in on her, I felt that the hair color would lose the crown. It problably wouldn’t, but I thought it might, this time. I wanted her to have the embodiment of what everyone else had. The toga sash, the headdress, armbands, and so on….
so i was taking a break from finishing a page. and i decided to doodle a sort of a fully covering variation of a wonderwoman costume...and half an hour later i realized what captain america would look like f he was a woman XD....we need us a shield right about now!
Finished this a while ago but forgot to put it up.
When Jim Lee's new costume for Wonder Woman was announced, it created quite a buzz. Quite a few people weren't happy with it including one of my good friends who wrote a short tirade about it. So I decided have a crack at it. (He's still not happy with it tho, can't please everybody!) I actually have no problems with Jim Lee's redesign except I think her WW should be larger (it is an iconic symbol). I noticed a whole bunch of artists on deviantArt also did their own version of Wonder Woman's costume and alot of them were really great! It seems like a consensus that pants are always a good idea for an action hero. Someone should make a group gallery dedicated to Wondy's costumes.
Inked in Manga Studio (I'm trying to learn it) and colored in Photoshop. This is my first attempt at trying cel style shading, so I'm not sure I got it quite right but it was an interesting experiment.
This was originally a marker sketch which I was only planning to quickly splash some color in Photoshop. But the more I stared at it the more I didn't like her face and I kept retouching and retouching and retouching...it wouldn't end! Fortunately, sleep deprivation made me stop.
Dunno why I haven't thrown this up here yet. This is my winning design from the excellent website Superhero of the Month. Damian Wayne, a few years older and more willing to have some fun. This is a companion piece to my Batman 2.0 entry for Project:Rooftop, which means return of the Bat-poncho! It works better on Robin anyhow. The main hurdle for me was how to make red green and yellow not look circus. Damian is many things, but he ain't circus. Olive is considered a fashion 'neutral', and from there a whole bunch of army, ranger, boyscout fun emerged.
My Batgirl for Project: Rooftop's Anniversary Batgirl contest. It had to be Barbara Gordon, because it just did. I looked at it from a post Oracle POV and made data gathering and analysis part of her outfit. She’s accompanied by two O.R.A.C.L.E drones that feed multi spectrum video and meta data to her VR helmet. The helmet is inspired by Mayor Adam West’s brilliant cowl, the super sneakers by Jeremy x Scott Adidas, and since it’s a bat character I did a version of my patented bat-poncho.
As I saw the costume design of the Wonder Woman tv show, I thought to myselfe, "man you can´t do anything wrong if you try to redesign this character". So I mixed her up with a little spacegirl touch and here we are. WONDER WOMAN - Space Amazon Thanks to Project Rooftop for posting this. [link]
Other DC-Character in Space: Starfire - [link] Hawkman - [link]
The next dc-character in the row of my space-redesigns. HAWKMAAAAAAAAAAAN "the winged warrior from Thanagar-version"! He´s a fucking space cop/warrior from a technologically superior world. Why does he looks like a winged barbarian, using old school weapons? Never understood this concept. This is my version, prepared for space adventures.