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Wonder Woman by Adobewan Wonder Woman by Adobewan
At the suggestion of Bcgldnboy, Lynda Carter as the Amazon Princess.
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Critique; an excelent use of light to give Wonder Woman that classic look. The brush stroke style also harkens back to a classic 1970s feel when this kind of rendering was used in a lot of art (I just critiqued a piece that used a dissimilar Syd Mead approach, but still hearkening back to an era when oil paintings were being used much in the exact same was as CGI is today).

What's really amazing is that there are several light sources which could be surreal, or could speak of a night scene, or maybe a stage setting where Wonder Woman is the main attraction, but one gets the feeling that it's something else. It's a kind of ambiguous setting for her. We don't see the detail of the setting that she's in, but we can gleam a sense of her circumstances by her expression wish connotates a kind of guarded optimism combined with an expectant pessimism; i.e. has something happened, and, if so, has it come to a finish or is there something else yet to come after the event or thing she is witnessing?

Also in this piece we get a sense that's she's expended energy, but does not need to refortify herself as she might be bracing for another action. We don't know. Some kind of event has taken place, and she is preparing more, or, more rather, is in a frame of mind that is waiting for more input as to what she should do next. She is, in a sense, waiting for the next move.

The eagle on her breast plate seems to portrude a bit, and the tiara seems to give her a little more protection than in other renderings of the same character, but it is still a band and not a full head piece.

A really great piece here. :)
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TribalStrength Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2014
Wow, Awesome work love the detail, and the right on depiction of Lynda Carter!!!
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ala33 Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
great pic for after a fight
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LaretaRose Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2013
She is far more beautiful than Lynda Carter...and much more like WW than lovely Lynda. I like the strength and focus she shows in your art. Wonderful!
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Aravah Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2014
I agree completely. But then the chiseled, aqualine features match ny own idea of beauty. Of course, WW is a Greek goddess and this depiction seems more accurately to depict such a woman than the sifter LC look.
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Blue-Jedi Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2013
Critique; an excelent use of light to give Wonder Woman that classic look.  The brush stroke style also harkens back to a classic 1970s feel when this kind of rendering was used in a lot of art (I just critiqued a piece that used a dissimilar Syd Mead approach, but still hearkening back to an era when oil paintings were being used much in the exact same was as CGI is today).

What's really amazing is that there are several light sources which could be surreal, or could speak of a night scene, or maybe a stage setting where Wonder Woman is the main attraction, but one gets the feeling that it's something else.  It's a kind of ambiguous setting for her.  We don't see the detail of the setting that she's in, but we can gleam a sense of her circumstances by her expression wish connotates a kind of guarded optimism combined with an expectant pessimism; i.e. has something happened, and, if so, has it come to a finish or is there something else yet to come after the event or thing she is witnessing?

Also in this piece we get a sense that's she's expended energy, but does not need to refortify herself as she might be bracing for another action.  We don't know.  Some kind of event has taken place, and she is preparing more, or, more rather, is in a frame of mind that is waiting for more input as to what she should do next.  She is, in a sense, waiting for the next move.

The eagle on her breast plate seems to portrude a bit, and the tiara seems to give her a little more protection than in other renderings of the same character, but it is still a band and not a full head piece.

A really great piece here.  :)
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Alexmasterman Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2013
Perfect!
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Warrior35 Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2013
She looks beautiful. Great Homage to Lynda Carter :)
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MightyMorphinPower4 Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2013
Sexy and beatiful
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moxiee Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
I like the colors. Is this with Photoshop?
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ala33 Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
just after a run. nice
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