Sunday, March 25, 2012

Catwoman, 1968


Catwoman © DC Entertainment

Since Catwoman has been around so long, dressed in clothing that fits the time period (for the most part) it was hard to do a piece that wasn't completely different. Right off the bat (no pun intended) the Catwoman costume from the Batman TV show is a purrfect example of a 1960s outfit.

Instead I went with a flat black. No shiny leather or spandex. Or latex. I thought about her being agile like a cat or dancer. So the outfit ended up more like a dance unitard with a few open spots. Big belt and rope filled out the rest. I didn't put ears on her head, since I was trying to keep this "real" world. But the necklace works.

When I did the Death, 1968 piece I was thinking Twiggy but felt like it looked more like Marlo Thomas of THAT GIRL! Here I was thinking Emma Peel, but I think it's a mix of Natalie Wood and Lisa Loeb. :)

Ink and Copic Marker on 9" x 12" Strathmore Bristol Board.

This is Post #1647

6 comments:

Little John said...

Love it! I want to see more of these.

LUD! said...

Me-OW! ;-)

AnthonyF said...

Ditto, love this theme! Good kitty!

Brian Jones said...

Nice Kitty! Keep em coming! :)

Comix Book Gurl said...

A new costume for me to make and wear around!! Hehehehehehe I love this, truly.. it is amazing and I am about to share it with the world!

Nightwing said...

sleek, sexy, perfect!