Is it ok to use this as a reference photo for the armor of Serina, one of my OCs who I thought of what if' she was Tony's daughter is a crossover fic, she's an OC of my head cannon for the main show I write fanfiction for, Lab Rats.
Good job, I like that it's not terribly sexualized, like so many female versions of the iron man suit. It's obviously made for a female, but isn't quite so deliberate about it. Made for functionality. This would make a good suit for Pepper
As a female costumer, I would like to say THANK YOU for not making the design overtly sexual simply because the gender was changed to female. It's tasteful, creating the implication that the wearer is a woman, but keeping its function as a weapon rather than becoming an excuse to show skin. Well done!
If you think about it, skin would pretty much defeat the purpose of a protective armor, although I don't know what the purpose of the pony tail is, that doesn't make much sense to me. You can pretty much tell that the armor is meant for a female without it. He did a great job although. The design pretty much remains faithful to the armor that Pepper Potts wears in the comic.
Personally, I'd lose the hair. If it's real, the opening that allows that ponytail to pass through, is a vulnerability- at least towards chemical, biological, and radiological weapons. If it's fake, i.e., a horsehair decoration, it'll get caught on something and get in the way. If it has practical value, e.g., interface cables, those things should be better protected.
badass my friend. I'm going to have to echo the general thoughts on the hair. it seems out of place on iron(wo)man suit, not because it's painted on but because it's there and makes then entire unit look not nearly as sleek as it could be. on a practical note, if the hair would probably have a habit of getting caught between the plating and get pulled out easily or if some how it didn't would end up restricting head movement.
I forgive the hair, for the fact you went with properly shaped female chest armour. *applause* As to the hair itself: in a comic, it'd be the wearer's hair. Sillier things happen in comics. In a movie, it'd be an adornment like those on various Roman or Greek helmets. And the name... 'maiden' means 'virgin', and I doubt a superhero wants to be that free with her personal life. Iron Woman is a little bland, but gets its point across. Armoured Amazon? Ferric Fem?