What i noticed is her right arm, the lower part is really short, dont you think'? ^^ Man.. you make it hard for me XD i want to color it so badly.... Its really well done ! i ask for Permission to color, Whatya say'?
She's a character from my comic, and she's a genetically engineered humanoid hexapod, the great-great granddaughter of a leftover designed during the golden age of genegineering for aesthetics and entertainment. Her name turns out to mean "Resurrection," but I honestly picked it just because it sounded nice and fit the feel of the character. She's supposed to be designed after the seraphim, all pure and stuff, but in all reality she's a huge slut and has a body complex - she's topheavy, so she can't fly like she used to before she hit puberty.
1. Hexapod - six-limbed creature. Generally invertebrates. Hexapod invertebrates generally don't survive long (the other two being the wings), but whatevah.
2. Irish form of the greek name Anastasia.
4. Yes, and why not? It's pretty far away from the cliche'd trope of the "angel" character, which is generally portrayed as chaste and pure, and that's the point.
5. Think about weight distribution and mass. Not only that, if we got into the real nitty gritty of it, there's no way she could fly period, and to be able to, she'd have to have a much larger torso, much higher lung capacity, larger muscles attaching to the wings themselves, a larger wingspan (at minimum 30 feet, rather than the 15-20 in the comic), a different bone structure, different cardiovascular system and wholly different body composition. Better not to ask too many questions into certain designs. This is where we invoke the "Rule of cool." No, it wouldn't work in reality. Her being topheavy is an explanation which helps segue into part of the story which hasn't come up yet - in short, no more answering questions on this line due to spoilers. That and the design was fun. That is all the explanation that should be required.