I think the hands are fine, I could see the hands in that pose from a hovering perspective
I would change the gloves though. They look like entirely too traditional, golden age superhero gloves for the hightech, streamlined look the rest of the design is offering. I think I can see why you chose to do it, with the yellow presence on each limb, the hood, and the chest symbol, and the material around the wrists is allowing you a break from the blue without complicating the design. I'd encourage you to look at your solution you came up with for the feet and try to come up with a similar answer for the hands.
The 'I' stands out much better than in older costumes, without being too overtly logo-ish.
I agree with Linespider5 about the gloves as well. I think even a direct translation of your boot solution into gloves could look cool.
I'm imagining something almost gardening glove style.
The kneepads just give his knees a strange shape instead of feeling necessary/functional.
The gloves could use more of the dark blue, less of the yellow. Maybe just the palms are yellow or just the fingers?
I also agree about the thickness of the collar. It looks like it's the only thing that's thick/quilted.
I'm not a fan of the light blue lines or piping or whatever because it makes him look more like an athlete than a superhero, too. Maybe if they were slightly thicker stripes. This look can definitely work, but it just doesn't make sense to me on a guy with his specific powerset. He's got the standard Superman stuff with strength, invulnerability, flight and speed. He's about overwhelming power, not skill and agility and training and grace. This design is more fitting for a superheroic freerunner or parkour guy, someone still bound by gravity. Invincible can just fly and he's strong no matter what he does, so this kind of sporty get-up just doesn't make much sense.
These were the color combos I was narrowing down from to help give you an idea of what I had to work with.
That aside, I'm not a huge fan of the goggles/sunglasses. I DO like the boots, gloves, and the piping, as I think they're different enough from elements of the original design, but still look natural on the character.
I'll agree it's not the best pose, but I certainly didn't find anything wrong with it in the original submission.
I love the gloves, particularly because there could be a lot of dramatic things you can do with a glove designed like that. A closed fist shuts off the yellow and makes it more menacing, an open hand has the yellow glow in it, that kind of thing.
At this point it's really quite honestly better designed than a lot of superhero costumes that make it to print, so, whether you want to toggle it further or not, you've already won what you set out to do, in my humble opinion. There's always something else to try, but I think you're set.
What tools you use to do this?
I prefer your 'classic' design the best. The blue lines look too Tron-y to me.
ED!, yes Invincible could fly. I had intended to give him a natural pose that he could happen upon midflight, but apparently it looks too awkward. As for goggles, yeah I just wanted to try something different. They're actually based on these modern shades.
Melting doll, I'll try to doctor the leg a bit to bring it down some.
I have no actual gripe except for one petty one... INVINCIBLE does not have Jersey Shore guido hair. Get rid of that hair gel... : )
Seeeriously? I don't mean to get so stuck on this, but hovering or not, that is not a natural pose! It hurts my wrists to do it for more than 5 seconds, why would the ability to fly miraculously make it easier?