goth loli wonder woman, by Katie Skelly.
This lolita interpretation of Wonder Woman is both whimsy and surreal; there is a striking balance between adorable and creepy in this look, quite similar to Junko Mizuno’s work. While I can’t imagine Diana ever wearing this ensemble herself (or any lolita redesign of the classic Wondy costume, per se), I really love the combination of Wonder Woman’s signature costume with lolita fashion. Although this bold color combo deviates from the primary color wheel of the standard lolita wardrobe, it actually works with the frilly detailing (particularly, the golden yellow trim on the blouse and the star-spangled layered skirt) to create a statement ensemble that’s audaciously cute.
The ensemble is topped off with the scalloped tiara headband and the golden satin ribbon of truth, punctuating this outfit with a clever translation of Wonder Woman’s key weapons as lolita accessories.
ComicsAlliance’s ‘Jem’ Fans Take On Ross Campbell’s Truly Outrageous Redesigns [link]
Over the past few months, ComicsAlliance favorite Ross Campbell (Wet Moon, Shadoweyes, the upcoming Glory) has been giving the cast of Jem a shiny, cyberpunk makeover on his Tumblr, so today, ComicsAlliance’s resident Jemologists Bethany Fong and Chris Sims are taking a look at the all-new, all-different glamour, glitter, fashion and fame that Campbell has given the cast!
Head over to ComicsAlliance see what we had to say about Campbell’s truly outrageous redesigns!
I love these retro pin up redesigns of the Gotham City Sirens, especially Selina’s cat-eared cap and Harley’s red playsuit.
For those of you who are still looking for a last-minute holiday gift for that special femme fatale in your life, Maria has these prints available for sale (at $10 a pop!) on her Etsy :)
Her, her colors, and lingerie… yes.
Very sketchy I know but it’s not over yet, I will def go back and refine it and put better detail. (And there will be more hehe).
All I want for Christmas is a golden garter belt of truth.