Back in the day, I wanted to come up with a speedster in a slick bodysuit. One of those frictionless ones that would be propelled by a rocket jetpack on her back. And as beautiful and sexy as she was, I also wanted her to be vulnerable, like the Charlie Brown of the super-hero set. She'd be the constant underdog with problems just like everybody else, but she always tries to overcome them.
She'd also be a radio dj by day, to be a part of the people and because I've always thought of them as invisible rock stars. You don't know what they look like, but you hear them everyday. They're familiar, but not recognizable.
So I wanted to convey all of that in this one scene. It's the first time I put her on paper too and right out of my sketchbook.
Just your friendly, neighborhood super-hero posing as a beautiful gargoyle by night.