"Why does a painter paint? Hm? Why does a boxer box? You know what Michelangelo used to say? That the sculptures he made were already there before he started, hidden in the marble. All he needed to do was remove the unneeded bits. Wasn't quite that easy with you, Data. But the need to do it, my need to do it, was no different than Michelangelo's need." - Dr. Noonien Soong to Data, TNG: Brothers
I was thinking of this quote when some others started talking about your artworks as sculpting instead of drawing which I can see myself between your different works.
Maybe it's just me, but looking at how your drawing process goes, it feels like you don't really draw your characters as much as you "sculpt" them? I don't know how to explain, but your coloring and style feels more like the process a sculptor works with clay rather than a painter. Maybe I'm just crazy...
hmm, fully clothed the direction the red usually takes makes her figure look thicker in the middle. The color scheme is good and the design moves up and down well. I think the allusion to her bikini bottom is just holding it back. I would just put her emblem on her collar.