64 Badass Cyberpunk Girl Concept Art & Female Character Designs

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Cyberpunk is notorious for some badass women. They’re strong, charismatic, and they are not afraid to dominate the competition.

Don’t cross them; these cyberpunk girls can kick your ass.

Below, we have found some of the best female cyberpunk character designs on the internet. I’ve also included some ideas you can take on to create your own awesome cyberpunk girl.

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So, What Is Cyberpunk?

​Cyberpunk is a subgenre of Science Fiction. It’s set in the future, but it is more along the ideas of a “High tech, low life.”

These girls are in a futuristic environment, but are more the grungy subcultures, hanging out in the underbelly of a future world.

They are the hackers, the gangsters, the people not afraid to get down and dirty.

Common attributes of Cyberpunk is the advanced technological and scientific advances such as cybernetics, cyborgs, and robotics. However, this advanced technology is juxtaposed with the breakdown of society.

Often the typical cyberpunk character is the alienated loner, living on the fringes of society, often with a modification of the human body.

Classic anime such as Ghost In The Shell and newer titles such as Psycho-Pass are great examples of the cyberpunk genre. (And I highly recommend you watch them!)

​Women in Cyberpunk

​Women in cyberpunk are not your usual damsels in distress. They are out on the front lines, kicking ass, and giving the men a run for their money.

The cyberpunk genre is full of anti-heroes, and the women are no different. They are complex, tough, often scary, but they often have a vulnerability about them. They are not afraid to take charge.

There are never two of the same kind of female characters.

Check out these impressive examples of cyberpunk girls shown below.

Cyberpunk Girl Concept Art

Cyber Cat By Lars Sowig

By Lars Sowig

Cyberpunk Girl By Pascal de Jong

By Pascal de Jong

Female Mechanic Art By Sonny (DeviantArt)

By Sonny (DeviantArt)

Beautiful Cyber Punk Girl By Nikita Replyanski

By Nikita Replyanski

Cyberpunk Chop Shop By Matt Waggle

By Matt Waggle

Cyberpunk Girl By Ian Llanas

By Ian Llanas

Cyber Anime Girl By Jiihn Kim

By Jiihn Kim

Cyberpunk Art By Eve Ventrue

By Eve Ventrue

Cyberpunk Girls By Brandon Liao

By Brandon Liao

Cyber Warrior By Sandra Posada

By Sandra Posada

Cyberpunk Soldier By Jorge Saldana

By Jorge Saldana

Cool Cyberpunk Girl With Guns By Victor Bravo

By Victor Bravo

Female Cyberpunk Soldier By GUWEIZ (DeviantArt)

By GUWEIZ (DeviantArt)

Cyberpunk Cyborg By Oliver Wetter

By Oliver Wetter

Cyberpunk Character Design By Denis Rybchak

By Denis Rybchak

Cyberpunk Female Character By Alessandro Rossi

By Alessandro Rossi

Automata Cyberpunk By Lap Pun Cheung

By Lap Pun Cheung

Cyborg Girl By Aaron Hofsass

By Aaron Hofsass

Cute Sci Fi Girl Concept By Stephen Shen

By Mingchen Shen

Cyberpunk Concept By Xinjun Zhang

By Xinjun Zhang

Cyber Girl By Luise Stolze

By Luise Stolze

Cyberpunk Chick By Z.G. Fisher

By Z.G. Fisher

Cyberpunk Girl Sniper By Salvador Trakal

By Salvador Trakal

Cyberpunk Warrior By Alessandro Rossi

By Alessandro Rossi

Cyberpunk Chick By Ross Tran

By Ross Tran

Cyborg Leg Repair By Gui Guimaraes

By Gui Guimaraes

Cyberpunk Girl Concept By Andrew Leon

By Andrew Leon

Cyberpunk Girl Design By Fabio Cacciola

By Fabio Cacciola

Cyberpunk Female By Samuel Aaron Whitehead

By Samuel Aaron Whitehead

Cyberpunk Character Art By Samkat Yin

By Samkat Yin

Girl In Exo Suit By Mikhail Rakhmatullin

By Mikhail Rakhmatullin

Sci Fi Woman By FOX 00

By ‘FOX 00

Cyberpunk Hacker By Jason Cortes

By Jason Cortes

Sci Fi Rebel By Josh Norman

By Josh Norman

Female Cyberpunk By Anton Churunov

By Anton Churunov

Cyberpunk Field Medic By Ian Llanas

By Ian Llanas

Ghost In The Shell Girl By Pascal Blanche

By Pascal Blanche

Post Apocalyptic Girl By Yasen Stoilov

By Yasen Stoilov

Space Girl By Wyn Lacabra

By Wyn Lacabra

Cyberpunk Chick By Vshane D

By Vshane D

Cyberpunk Female Armor By Mingyu Wu

By Mingyu Wu

Cyberpunk Mercenary By David Kaye

By David Kaye

Sexy Cyberpunk By Pixeluna

By Pixeluna (Deviant Art)

Cyberpunk Character Concept Art Female By Estookin Andreen

By Estookin Andreen

3D Cyber Character By Rob Caswell

By Rob Caswell

Cyberpunk Female Soldier By Phelan A Davion

By Phelan A Davion

Cyberpunk Character Concept Art By Callergi

By Callergi (Feature Image)

Cyberpunk Robot Girl By Michael Wang

By Michael Wang

Cyber Punk Girl By Jacek Radwan

By Jacek Radwan

Female Cyberpunk By Adrian Dadich

By Adrian Dadich

Badass Sci Fi Female By Dylan Pierpont

By Dylan Pierpont

Punk Girl Art By Ramon Nunez

By Ramon Nunez

Badass Cyberpunk Women By Maciej Kuciara

By Maciej Kuciara

Cyberpunk Girl Art By Matthew Deathink

By Matthew (Deathink)

Cyberpunk Samurai By Chun Lo

By Chun Lo

Cyberpunk Girl Drawing By Livia Prima

By Livia Prima

Female Cyberpunk Hacker By Ivan Yakushev

By Ivan Yakushev

Cyber Assassin By Max Gavr

By Max Gavr

Awesome Cyberpunk Artwork By Simon Weaner

By Simon Weaner

Cyberpunk Street Tagger By Peter Ortiz

By Peter Ortiz

Female Cyberpunk Art By Josan Gonzalez

By Josan Gonzalez

Technophyle By Ruben Madrid

By Ruben Madrid

Cyberpunk Portrait By Adrian Dadich

By Adrian Dadich

Cyberpunk Hacker Girl By Toni Infante

By Toni Infante

How Do You Draw A Cyberpunk Girl?

Some of these images are incredibly dynamic. There is a sense of flow and movement. So how did they do it?

I’ve listed what I can see you can take on to improve your cyberpunk character designs. If you have other tips and ideas, feel free to share them in the comments below.

To capture the essence of a character, understanding the human figure and how it moves and expresses itself is key to creating believable and expressive cyberpunk characters.

Practice Figure Drawing

Figure drawing is essential for anyone wanting to develop their character design skills.

Play with dynamic poses and gestures. Looks at the flow and composition of the images above, to get an understanding of how it starts to work.

What are the common direction and lines in the composition that make each piece stand out?

Proko has a great figure drawing course to help you understand how to get the most out of your characters.

Study Modern Day Subcultures For Inspiration

If you are looking for ideas, study modern day subcultures for inspiration.

Many of the images are inspired by the punk, trance, gothic and music subcultures. Look at how they dress. What type of hair styles do these people have?

Cyberpunk is very much about a subculture of people on the edge of society in a science fiction universe.

By looking at those subcultures on the edge of our current modern society, you can start to image what this group of people might look like in 10, 50, 100 years time.

Find Inspiration From Machinery & Everyday Technology

Look around your room and take note of all the technology you see. Your phone, your laptop, maybe your drawing tablet. Ask yourself, ‘what would these things look like in 10, 50, 100 years time?’

  • How would people interact with them?
  • Would they be separate devices, or would they somehow be integrated into the human form?
  • What would it look like if your mobile phone was a part of you?

Draw these items that you use every day. Draw them as they are now, and understand their shape, functionality, and form. Then imagine what they would look like in the future, and sketch them.

Look at how this technology could then be integrated to be part of the human body and draw them once again.

Understand Anatomy

Even though you may have practiced poses, gestures and dynamic drawing, develop your understanding of human anatomy.

Cyborgs and mechanic limbs are a common attribute in cyberpunk. By understanding how anatomy works and how they human body moves, you can use this knowledge and adapt it when creating these cybernetic enhancements.

What muscles create what movement? When you understand these dynamics, you can see how machinery could integrate or replace a part of a body.

For example, how could I have something to replace the upper arm? When I recreate a mechanical arm, what’s going to take the place of the bicep? Can the bicep be armored, and the workings hidden underneath? What would it look like if limbs were made of metal and plastic, instead of muscle and bone.

Add these ideas to your drawing practice, play, put them together and see what comes out of it. Don’t be afraid to try random things – they might just create something awesome!

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