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Spider Woman by DukeStewart Spider Woman by DukeStewart
Never read it, don't know much about it, but what a nifty-as-hell costume design.
Yes, Gwen Stacy IS Spider Woman.

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Gwen, nnnnnoooo~!!
Lovely picture beeteedubs.
One sort of critique that readily comes to mind is the way the blood falls from her lips. If she's falling backwards then the blood should be trailing away from her face and nearing the foreground, rather than falling alongside and to the right of her face like that. Similar to if you see someone get punched in the face--the blood flies away from the point of impact (that being the face) as their head turns or recoils. Normally I would make a similar note regarding her hood and how the left side should be falling away from her face as she falls, but I would think that the weight of her hair pulling down on the opposite side of the hood would actually make up for that.
I'm also wondering about the third line of light. I would imagine the two facing the same direction are gun shots, but what is the their perpendicular partner coming from? Another gunman we can't see?
Maybe work a tad bit on the folds at the bottom of the pants, since pants tend to have creases in the fabric that pull from the knee and then fold and bunch together closer to the foot as it sets. Based on the highlights provided it looks as though her pant leg simply flairs out at the bottom without much rhyme or reason. All the other fabric folds and lines are very nicely done otherwise.
The windows may also seem a bit small, but I'm assuming that each pane line on them is meant to indicate a floor separation. If that's not the case then it's fine. If that is the case, then the windows are far too small--mind you, I am primarily gauging this by the window Gwen's foot is pressing against at the bottom there.
A little more detail on the roof behind Gwen's head might benefit the piece. Certainly it's not necessary (and if this were a comic cover I could understand there being less detail there as it would likely be covered up by the comic's title, page number, publisher's logo, etc anyway) but it may help to balance the contrast in detail provided on the lower half of the page.
Aaaaaaaaaand that's it.
Love the piece as a whole. Very dynamic and exciting! Very much reminiscent of the action typically displayed on actual comic book covers!
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FalconLord92 Featured By Owner May 14, 2015
That looks like Trinity falling out the window in The Matrix Reloaded.
bulma05 Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2015
who is shooting at her?
DukeStewart Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2015
Some very angry men wearing night.
Tsukuart Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2014  Student Filmographer
i like you dood
runningbox11 Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Anyone else thinking Matrix here? Shit, that's probably the point. Regardless, man, this is incredible.
setsunafseiei Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2014  Student General Artist
Oh my God!! She's totally in trouble!!!
fateavernicus Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
the pose is kinda fimiliar on a movie with grids and a game fitted with a sadistic voluptuous woman with magical hair. not sure~
timsplosion Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2014  Professional Filmographer
This is awesome! :D

Also, there's a comic where Gwen Stacey is Spiderwoman? Cool! :)
Thehoodedsaviour Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Glad to see proof of your continued existence on this site.
AraghenXD Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Holy crap that's intense!
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Submitted on
November 24, 2014
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