Gadot said she represents “the Wonder Woman of the new world” — a direct response to fan criticism that she’s not fit enough, and not large-chested enough, to play the DC Comics icon.
“Breasts … anyone can buy for 9,000 shekels (Israel currency) and everything is fine,” she joked, adding, “Wonder Woman is Amazonian, and historically accurate Amazonian women actually had only one breast. So, if I’d really go ‘by the book’ … it’d be problematic.”
Gadot said she’s currently training for the role, with her preparations including learning “Kung Fu, kickboxing, swords, jujutsu, [and] Brazilian” martial arts. “I’ll gain body mass,” she promised.— (x)
I’m telling you, there is some Diana in this woman. Mark my words.
She’s got Wonder Woman in her, I really believe it.
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Wonder Woman was always a pretty long dream of mine, but I’ve never found a design I’ve really like. The wonderful Yaya Han however showed me this amazing artwork of her in an armor I’ve just felt in love with! One and half weeks and many sleepless nights later the costume was done! Despite of I had no time to add weapons and a shield, I’m very proud on this work and especially love the photoshoot I’ve done with Darhelle Stevens and Zim Killgore at the Vasquez rocks. Hope you like the result as much as I do!
And here you’ll find a tutorial which shows how I made a breastplate out of this Breastplate Tutorial. In addition here you’ll find even a painting tutorial from my husband, who supported me in painting during other projects: Painting Tutorial.
Almost beyond belief.