It's weird how periods of sickness or post-dental care can give you an artistic boost. I think it's the desire of making anything besides sitting still and feel pain. Sometimes, also, you get to make the sketch you wanted for some idea you couldn't picture until now.
So, here's Anita in a typical scene of her double life as a murderous vigilante. At the morning, she will watch the resume of her work in the news with her boyfriend Leo as if she was surprised.
Anita - "Gosh, who could have done that?".
Leo - "Whoever it was you gotta appreciate the number of headshots per body".
Anita - "Thanks!"
Leo - "What?"
Anita - "Nevermind..."
It's one of the those rare times I'm actually satisfied with a drawing, since Anita's face turned out nicely. I always have problems with that damn fringe. I doubt someone will notice that, anyway...
It's funny how colors can change a picture. In the lineart, her boobs didn't seemed that large and so unaffected by gravity. Must be the thrill of "community service"
I felt I needed a different background than that of the original reference and to show some "action" but I think the pose doesn't match the background unless Anita is striking a pose for her Facebook profile as "Lady Punisher (Canada)
Thinking better, however, it looks just as natural as a busty vigilante in a skimpy black latex costume breaking into a Mafia club and slaughtering everyone on sight.
How "natural" is that?
EDIT, APRIL 15:
Following my dear friend
's advice, I adapted it into a comic book cover.
The Dark Horse Comics
, the Comic Guild seal and the code bars are purely for aesthetic purposes, I don't claim rights over DHC