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Wonder Woman!! A fun collaboration with the awesome Pernille Ørum. She drew/designed and I painted.
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CoffeeTwitch Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2018  Professional Digital Artist
Great work, love the colors! And her expression, nice
Denno88 Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2018  Professional Filmographer
Very cool and cute at the same time!
R-Masters Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2018   Writer
Super cool!
Theeartistkid Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2018  Hobbyist General Artist
Just made this the 901 faved!!
MissJaneway Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2018
Question: How long did it take you to get to this level, how many drawings do you draw per day and how much time do you spend on an average drawing? That being said, YOUR WONDER WOMAN IS AWESOME!
Cartoonicus Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2017  Professional Filmographer
She looks rather Greek compared to classic designs. I like it.
serge-fiedos Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2017  Professional Digital Artist
He he awesome. She reminds me Jessie from Toy Story, mixed with Wonder Woman :-)
IAmThatStrange Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2017
Oh I love her look!  So outstanding!  WOW!
Snowflakekittyartist Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2017  Student General Artist
Quite amazing! I'm not very good at drawing humans so when others are able to draw them I try to applaud them! 
(( That sounds like I applaud everyone who is able to draw humans ... oops )) 
Lazyj507 Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2017  Hobbyist Artist
ArtofMikeDisney Featured By Owner Jul 14, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Fantastic Style to this piece! Love it!
CartumanBrasil Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2017  Student General Artist
I love this visual and pose! :)
miguelzuppo Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2017  Professional
love it!
Sugarsop Featured By Owner Jul 9, 2017  Professional Digital Artist
Awesome use of highlights and shadows :)
SteveMillersArt Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2017  Professional Digital Artist
BezerroBizarro Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Gurdim Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2017
the expression is something amazing, congrats :D
starrk10coyote Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2017
i really like the pixer/disney look that this pic has. well done! Clap Clap Hug Hug 
cartoonfemalesboxing Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2017
Can you do some pictures of girls boxing ? I'm asking this is because it's my fetish and I have a blog dedicated to it. =)
Giantessica Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Very cool.  Awesome style.
Sheepisch Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2017
Awesome! That could be a whole animation movie on it's own!
HeidiWilks Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2017
She totally rocks the Disney vibe - love it! :)
DavidHakobian Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2017  Professional Digital Artist
Beautiful design and rendering!
KamiSulit Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Awesome Work! She really looks like a Disney Character. Love it.
InGodzHandz Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2017  Hobbyist Writer
I love this design.  Her pants are amazing!
ThePenVsTheSword Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2017  Student Writer
This looks excellent! Although for some reason, the style faintly reminds me of Disney, a little Moana in the face.
DrDuckSauce Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2017  Student Digital Artist
very true
ThePenVsTheSword Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2017  Student Writer
Yeah, I can't unsee it now.
Mat0s316 Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2017
Beautiful job.
nad2005 Featured By Owner Edited Jul 7, 2017
If men start wearing kilts and dresses again and make it look manly, will women get back to wearing dresses in 10 years?
JohntheMurray Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2017  Professional Digital Artist
I think men's clothes have always centered around practicality. While women's clothes have centered around beauty, and well, impracticality. As an artist, I find no fault in ether. But, it does make sense that as women begin to take a more practical role in society, they adopt men's clothing. 
nad2005 Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2017
 That's where I think the problem is today, young women are taught that they can be as strong as a man or that they can do anything a man to the point that they hate themselves, and I'm like: "No, I'm sorry, we're different, it's biology and science. I know you feel like you got screwed over, but you shouldn't force yourself to be what you're not. For example, as a man, I live less then you, I'm not as social as you henceforth I am more vulnerable to self-destructive tendencies like alcohol, depression and even mental health...etc." My point is: just be yourself and learn to see all the good things about yourself.
JohntheMurray Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2017  Professional Digital Artist
It's really complicated. I don't even know were to start with these type of discussions, so I just try to have empathy all around. While many women are taught that, I'm starting to hear that type of belief being termed as "Internalized misogyny." I mean to this day it's very normal to use feminine qualities as insults. Even women do it. "Don't be such a little girl." "Don't be such a pussy." "Stop being such a bitch." "Don't be so sensitive." So, the women who is physically strong, emotionless, and practical becomes revered, because it breaks women out of that box. That's probably just the first step to the female culture as a whole figuring out who they are. I'm starting to hear women positively revere female-centric qualities, such as compassion, openness, sensitivity, and resilience.

You can kind of think of it on a smaller level. If someone insults you, says, "Your weak, and you can't do shit." Your defensive response tends to be a bit of an exaggeration. "I'm stronger than you, and I can do everything." Finally, if discussion continues, whether with that person or introspectively you make peace with yourself. "Ok, maybe I'm not stronger than you, but I'm just as strong in different ways and I can do a lot." But, you have to know yourself to say that, and that takes time. Some times in takes generations. As with the historical oppression of women in America.
I just think that society has such rigid definitions of what both women and men should be, that it forces us to constantly defend and define who we are, even though we vary so much.
nad2005 Featured By Owner Jul 15, 2017
In long term women who try to live more like men have to understand first of all that we aren't good examples, as I said above: we live less, we stress out more, we drink more, we smoke more, we take more unnecessary risks with our lives, there are more depressed men, more men die in work related accidents and even the suicide rates are bigger. And as studies have shown, women used to have all better points that this before they got more involved in men's work, since they did get involved, their life expectancy dropped, their depression and loss of lives number grew. So one conclusion of that is: the world won't get better or any easier because some brave women decided to venture out of the safe zone. The risk is real. 

 I use biology and science as an example, you can't really fool those things, most men are engineered to be stronger physically and more emotionally than women, I'm sorry, but that's how it is, it's the same as trying to build a brick castle and a sand castle. One will survive the storm the other will not. And I think women stress themselves too much over this, they artificially raised their own bars so high that only the strongest women can reach it and that is like the 5% and they beat themselves up over not being in the 5%. As with the sand castle, why are you blaming the sand for not being as strong as a brick? It's just not made for that task. As you can mix sand with powder and water and make cement, that is the right alternative.
 Finally, this trend of feminism has been a long for a long time, it's not something new. Recently it has became extremely hateful and yet we are not treating it as a problem, like you can say something bad about a religion and be treated as a hater, but all these women holding grudges against men for just being born men? Why is not that a moral crime? If a man said something bad about a woman, he'd be called a sexist or a misogynist. Here is a word that describes them best that I don't think I've ever heard on the news: misandry, the irrational hate of all men. So, women, for all their feminism, are still very much entitled by not being treated as equals by the law and society. 
 But to finish up, there have been older ladies who believed in the same things and they followed careers and money and so on and today they can't find men to marry and start a family. Why? Because women have a natural tendency to compare their lives to their partners and if their partners aren't at least as accomplished as them, then they are not "Mr. Right". So why aren't accomplished men looking at them? Because successful men aren't really impressed by that, they have a career and make money, they aren't really impressed by someone doing better than them. If that were the case: you'd hear more stories about gay men marrying their bosses. What are men interested in: looks, personality, femininity, even potential motherhood traits, someone that they can trust when they are not around. And the career woman who trained herself to be more like a man to survive in this dirty, dangerous world are most of the times none of those things, maybe just 1 or 2 if they're lucky.
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Prolectron Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
That right there is a Dreamworks face. :)
Adline-c Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2017
nice ! i love her expression :)
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Captain-Savvy Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Awesome work!
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