It could be. I typically never name my doodles, though, unless they're from a story, and that kind of drawing starts off more purposefully.
Perhaps she's part of a crack group of off-world explorers that represent the lineage of several different old-school astronomers. They could be like an educational version of Sailor Moon (and have about the same amount of fetish appeal).
Really, I think retro is the only way to go. All the progress we're making in technology makes me believe there won't be anything fun about the way the future will look.
I mean, wireless, antennaless, implanted-in-the-ear communications systems and computers that display in your sunglasses? What fun is that? Anyone could just draw a portrait and say she was using future technology!
I saw a piece that a tagger did with one of my old Forest Nymph pieces, where he ran the whole set of layers through a PaintShop Pro filter called porcelain (or was it china?) and it made the whole things look exactly like the sort of thing you would see painted on a collector's plate. That's the only time I haven't been stricken into a state of numbness by the difference between my pencils and a digital background.
I'm glad you like this piece though. I value your opinion ya know.
The unholy combo works for me. I love this piece in so many ways. The whole dated, space-age esthetic totally works for me. I miss the days of Rocket Robin Hood -- not that I expect anyone else to, mind you.