My fascination with Supergirl hasn't diminished in any way shape or form in the past few years. If anything, my next girlfriend better like cosplay because that's definitely a pre-requisite in my future.
Also, I have to take this off my chest: why in the hell can't DC get great artists to pen Supergirl's comics? Everytime I happen to stop and look, it's mostly awful and draws me away from the series, since the stories have pretty much been weak and unimaginative. I'm not speaking for myself since I would bring the book to an all-time late, much like Campbell, and can't draw an entire issue without whining about how long it'll take.
And another thing: why do they keep changing ever slightly her outfit? Michael Turner's first variation was great and seemed sexy enough, but now, the skirt can't get any smaller, her boobs change size with every new artist that comes along and for all that, I think she should just return to her former and best costume, which was sexy AND practical without being too suggestive. Right now, she looks like a teenager (which was the goal in the first place), but she needs to get a little older and put aside that uniform for good (although some cosplayers truly are breathtaking in it).
This drawing was inspired (if not ripped-off) from J. Scott Campbell's Sketchbook from waaay back in 2000 or so. And for once, I just like the hair and the pose, which are usually things I despise seconds after I finished inking a piece. And speaking of ink, this one turned quite interesting as well since my normal behavior would have made me miss a couple of lines here and there, but no, everything went smoothly...
I hope you enjoy it as much as I did making it.
I also included the original size so you can download it and color it any way you like