Well if you look at the military gear women use in modern military it is quite easy avoid. Just make the chest piece standard flat and allow the space to come from sides. The modern realistic armor design is so good that you cant really tell the difference between man and woman. Expect when it comes to helmets because they are always standard issue (except in navy).
But I agree with you, too many artist fall in to that trap, not everything has to be "anatomically" correct on exterior. Specially on military gear that is designed with function, durability and safety in mind. - Something that artist around the world keep forgetting.
I love your exoskeletal armor style. They all look sleek and nice, but still strong and powerful.
I wish I could pay you for a commission but I am kinda broke atm because of my expensive tour in america with my orchestra.
But if you have time and want something to do here is an idea. I would love to see you make a suit that is light and agile (for male). Something for a special-op or such. Kinda the way you designed the scout or DarksideniYokoso picture.
Also I'd like to do one of your designs in to a 3D model and then do Cycles or Lux rendering of them. ButI'd like to know what of your designs are original and what am I allowed to do and if I am allowed to use it in my private portfolio. I can do one that you'd like. I'd love to do one of these for you, I love your works so much.
Is that a challenge? I work as 3D designer. And worked in a game development studio for a while as a environment designer and artist. Character modelling is more of a - Hmh... side-project. I am trying to expand my portfolio and skill base a bit more so I am more of a useful resource to hire - if you get what I mean.
I'll start working on it... Soon as my current "firebird" is finished. Drop a follow if you care to see the progress. But I am sure to credit and inform you when I am done on it or set certain goals. I also might ask you about some minor details, since I am trying to do YOUR design not my interpretation of it.
Also if it was a challenge Ill take you on it. How about if we bet 2 toes of mech-walker and on bolt from the tracks of a mammoth tank... lol
Haha, I wouldn't quite call it a challenge. I'd very much enjoy to see some of my work in 3D form though. It's just that I get a few offers like this a year, but few make it very far. The best one guy did was model and texture most of a soldier, but was never quite done. He was working at big game studios though, so I can't blame him for being busy.