Yes, after all these months, it's a new Ladies of the Legion picture:
Meet Glorith of Baaldur.
I don't have much more to say about her, as when I read Legion in my youth, I was completely unaware of her existence. I only recently learned of her existence in reading the Showcase Presents volumes, which collect the earliest adventurs of the LoSH.
In those stories she was the non-powered henchwoman of the Time Trapper, one of the Legion's deadliest enemies, but honestly, she didn't do much.
In later stories - after I'd stopped reading the Legion's series - she became much more prominent, apparently.
Lacking any particularly interesting insights into the character, in approaching the picture I though about her connection to time and also about the notion of an "hourglass figure," and decided to try to add a bit of a visual punch to the image with the dress made up of flowing sand, and the cartoonishly "womanly" figure. As is so often the case, the concept was better than the execution...
There are some things that are significant about this image though. For one, I drew the basic image - without any sort of reference - completely by hand in Manga Studio before bringing it into Photoshop to do the coloring, touch-ups, and effects.
I'm still trying to get the hang of Manga Studio, but I find it so much easier to default back to the more familiar Photoshop.
I've run into various stumbling blocks in trying to get past the Manga Studio learning curve. I'm beginning to suspect that the biggest stumbling block is that I'm really not that good, which is something that, to a certain extent, I'm able to adjust for in Photoshop.
I don't know. Anyway, it's a picture.