You know what? I’m reblogging this because of a sarcastic comment my husband made, smirking at me all along, “But look at her stomach overlap over her belt, that’s just wrong, don’t you know Kryptonians have invulnerable, retractable skin that molds perfectly to her pose?” Seriously listen to this point he’s making, about how art in comics refuses to show any kind of skin fold or flesh pucker for fear of drawing the dreaded FAT. Life drawing teaches artists about the existence of these skin folds! They are routinely being erased from models in magazines and aren’t being drawn by several artists in comics. They aren’t wrong, they aren’t ugly, and they are natural and actually appealing and interesting visually, because they communicate movement and volume. For the record, that cosplay is awesome, that photo really well timed, and that pose has been added to my reference library.
BAM! Nailed it. Park’s lucky I didn’t crack a tile with that landing!
Cosplayer is Jenn, photo by Josh.
Gorgeous, great costume, perfect acting.
Supergirl lives (and I want to write her!).