Ahh your art is truly, should I say, motivating and inspiring! A heated feeling of "one day I will be as good as he is" is bubbling in me like water about to boil. Your adherence to detail - not dismissing even the cotton bulging out of a ripped collar as too unimportant an element - is what essentially brings the art to life with an intricate story. Not to mention your technical skills. Though most likely a mere minor brainfart, what struck my eyes in a not-so-oh-wow-way is the bullet hole in the upmost part of the wall; or more so, the lighting in it. It appears reverted in regards of the main light source of the picture, giving it a funny convex look - (and if stared at long enough, a concave! Dizzying.) To put it more concretely, in the hole, the ridge facing the light source ought to cast a shadow on the hole's left (seen from us) half, and the opposing side bask in light. But I'm sure you caught what I was after.
Interesting name he have here I must say. "Bowman" However I don't understand why a Medic have this kind of nickname? FInally, I didn't expect Motorola would survive after so many years. I prefer Sony Ericsson for my personal use.
Wow, that's a really kickass image. Especially with the guy's stoic look on his face. The way one should, or damn near, feel after going through battle where death is knocking on your soul's front door and you're trying your damnedest not to even act like you have your ears tuned to that. Sheesh. Sorry for the long sentence. Great piece. Holds a strong place with me, especially due to the title for today.