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Power Girl by CitizenWolfie Power Girl by CitizenWolfie
In keeping with my whole "New Year, New Start" thing, I thought it was quite appropriate for my first submission of 2008 to be a character I've never EVER drawn before.

DC Comics' Power Girl.

Hope I've done her justice, fanboys and girls - I know nothing about her.

Hand drawn in pen/ink.
Coloured with Watercolours and Photoshop CS

Power Girl (c) DC Comics
This pic (c) Dennis Davies
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Shulkie Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2010
Awesome Power Girl pic and beautifully done. I love it and her boob window. Great legs, too:heart:
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zerosuitporn Featured By Owner May 9, 2009
Her face reminds me a lot of Chloe from Smallville. Coincidence?
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BustyArtChick Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2008
this is amazing! I love power girl.
I have my Own Power Girl costume!
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shadowyzman Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
Biggy Biggy thighs!!
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KieramelKisses Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2008  Student Traditional Artist
good job :)
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misterFISH Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2008  Student Digital Artist
very nice man i like your idea "new year new start " thing i'll prolly do that .

also a fine choice i know nothing about her either besides that fact that she's very busty .
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tir-ri Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2008   Traditional Artist
Can't stop loving your lineart... great job once again :heart:
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stalkercat Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2008
wow, this is really nicely done. I love the colouring!
And may I ask what ink you are using?
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CitizenWolfie Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
It's an Edding 1800 drawing pen, I use a 0.3 nib for the majority of the inking then thicker nibs for lowlights and thinner (0.1) nibs for the more delicate lines. As for blocks of black I use a Pentel marker pen or Sharpie pen. Hope this helps!
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wytherwing Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2008
fab color work bro. :thumbsup:
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