Oh yeah . . . art . . .
No "Steady Beat" art up yet, because I'd rather my editor be the first to see, but soon, soon enough. ;)
In the meantime, here's some Batgirl art to tide thee over, thanks to the injustice that DC has done to her character and my desire for a brighter, happier time, when she was just an angsty teen trying to help her ol' pa.
Of course, in my made-up wonderland, Batgirl is a blonde, originates from suburbia, and reluctantly fills in as a cheerleader because where I come from, when you're into gymnastics, the only choices you got are either cheerleading or hiline, and which is worse? A skirt that shows your panties or a skin-tight outfit that shows off your ass? In front of the whole school, that is.
I can see why she'd WANT to sneak out of her window in the middle of the night. Beating up a few baddies and making the world a better, safer place works wonders on getting all that teenage angst and frustration out. And every good girl's gotta have her secrets! ^_~
Until you run out of room at the bottom of the page, and have to get rid of your character's legs, that is . . . ;D
Batgirl copyright DC blah, blah, yada, yada, the end, I'd totally write and draw a Batgirl story arc. Up until Sailor Moon, Batman WAS my favorite television series. The geekiness survives. Also, Batgirl was never meant to have cleavage. People who give her a full grown woman's chest are just sick.