Ancient Chinese costume-inspired Horoscope series.
The first of the series was Pisces (sorry for the misspell on the drawing). She just came naturally while I was drawing some chinese costume. I decided to add the scales on the sleeves, and that inspired me to name it Pisces. Pisces’ symbol is two fishes and its element is Water. Therefore, the Chinese interpretation of Pisces would be the daughter of the Water God/the dragon. Pisces are emotional and romantic. So her costume is flowy, and very elegant; and her weapon is simple and gentle.
Scorpio is the next horoscope because it is my zodiac sign. Scorpio is dark, passionate, but also very reserved. You can never see through a Scorpio. They are vengeful, and considered poisonous. Thus, her weapons are most likely small, sharp and deadly, but hard to notice.
Aries’ symbol is a ram, therefore, the ram-inspired head piece. Aries are aggressive, strong and enthusiastic. It might not be represented much by the facial expression, but the weapon is a large sword - which signified the strength and courage of an Aries. Her costume resembles an armor, representing the fighting spirit.