For their Batman boardgame, Monolith decided to draw solely from comics for design inspiration, and not from film, television, or computer games. Most of the time they drew from the 2011-2016 New 52 era of stories, but there are exceptions.
This Catwoman is from Hush (2002). Hush is beautifully illustrated, and the mystery tale is a good introduction to the (often convoluted) storylines from the comics world. I gave my Cat orange lenses- they often change depending on the artist and lighting.
|Catwoman in Hush|
And this Catwoman is from The Long Halloween (1996), another excellent mystery by the same writer, but a different illustrator. She's portrayed as very muscular and the sculpt catches this.
|Catwoman in The Long Halloween|
I wasn't looking forwards to painting all the lycra and leather for this game, and I did struggle a bit with the highlighting. In the end, I think they are acceptable.