I understand why in Thymiscyria, or however you spell it, they used a lot thinner and skimpier armor... cause... you know... Greece... It gets hot haha XD Still, seeing her with this type of armor is defintiely better. I wish I saw that kind of armor in the movie.
I like how you broke up the standard anatomical shapes with the more complex armor that isn't all skin-tight and actually alters her silhouette. The one thing that I'm way past tired of with superhero designs is how they mostly just wear tights, giving everyone the same basic body shape. What is it about comic designers that makes them so resistant to drawing outfits that really change up the shapes? Not everyone needs to more or less be the same nudist with different paint jobs, variety would really spice things up.
ahh yes you have a valid point. The reason they're like that is due to time constraints of drawing a serial comic. anatomy with colors have good silhouettes and thumbnails so the pages are much easier to follow. IF my work was to be translated into comic form, it would be possible, but for the time it took to recreate even the key details of the character it wouldnt be worth the money, and companies tend not to like things that dont make money