Interesting approach. Normally we see Supergirl in some dramatic and overly sexualized pose, even when she's simply flying or fighting off some extra-worldly bad-guy. But here the idea seems to be more simplistic and relaxed. The lines work and the position isn't overly stressful, indicating more of a focus on form as opposed to action. The outfit is classic, nothing bikini or unitard-esque, while still being alluring and strategically designed to gain the attention of anyone who sees it (especially men). The arms and legs are definitely more provocative than the chest and hips, almost as if Supergirl were posing for a shampoo commercial. The boots are a favorite of mine: if a woman needs to fight off menacing aliens or Lex Luthor that's all well and good, but at least let her do it while wearing something a bit more practical than spike heels. The shield is open and bright and not stretched in a constricting fashion across the chest. Some would call that a loss but I enjoy the comfortable way it lays across the abdomen. Closed eyes add more to the intensity of the picture, which seems to smolder rather than burn out of control as in some cosplay pictures. Not to say that there isn't heat here, because there certainly is. Supergirl hasn't really been portrayed that much in media beyond comic books and the occasional direct-to-video film, which is a shame considering how interesting and complex some of her storylines can be. But the fact that people still keep her franchise alive in their own way is encouraging, especially when done like this. The whole piece is pleasing to the eye, easy to appreciate and very simply accomplished. The fact that the model is extraordinarily beautiful and perfectly suited for such a shot is just a bonus. I hope you continue your work Ms. Cimorenee. You have a great deal to offer this forum and your obvious beauty leaves a lot of open possibilities. I would almost believe that you did in fact fall to Earth from somewhere beyond the stars. Excellent work, well done.