thomclyma challenged me to design Ladypool’s suit taking inspiration in Spider-Gwen’s suit
All i did right now is turned her suit into more convenient armor for a fight. It’s not really visible here, but her top is actually a vest and a long-sleeve shirt underneath. A little bit of protection here and there won’t hurt either. And flat boots, cause come on, fighting on heels is pretty damn uncomfortable. Aaand i think she has to be rather buff *U*
i planned on using Spider-Gwen’s colors for this design, but Deadpool is not Deadpool if it’s not Red’n’Black. Maybe i will make another version of it, who knows (:
EDIT: as i said, i wanted to use different colors, so here’s black’n’white version of the suit to make it more Spider-Gwen’ish. It’s probably more X-Force like than Spider-Gwen (:
Lady Deadpool belongs to Marvel
drawn in PaintTool SAI: edited in PS5
On Tumblr - ribkadory.tumblr.com/post/1157…
If I can say - I think more agressive and strong color will be better, but this b-w version isn't that bad anyway and still deadpoolish - except that pink.
And that's all, my opinion, just the case of taste and I don't understand why people treat it like an attack on authors works, just because I don't like just one element of this pic and I wrote that.
i'm not attacking you! i just was saying.
Plus, color doesn't really have a gender actually, it's all done by marketing and stuff. Read this if you wanna know more www.gender-focus.com/2010/09/2… Quote: "The reason is that pink being a more decided and stronger color is more suitable for the boy; while blue, which is more delicate and dainty, is prettier for the girl."
Just for me this rose shade doesn't fit - that's it, and I don't say that you should change it or else. Just sharing an opinion.
Of course maybe some other shade, stronger and more heavy one will work - that's just my opinion, maybe a bit marketing-stereotypical and subjective, because for me stronger colors fit better for such distinct personalities.
Either way this looks pretty damn solid.