I'm amazed and shocked that there's this level of detail in the painting. I'm particularly amazed at the detail at the CADPAT of her uniform. Even the boot laces have detail! It's a stark contrast with her coat and mane.
This extremely amazing, I've been looking at this for 5 straight minutes awestruck at how the clothes look (Should it be called clothes or a battle uniform?), the texture and the design of it. It's just amazing
And on that day the war was ended.No bullet ended it.No blood was split For the moment she stepped out on to the field bout sides stopped shooting, and a collective thought could be heard all around "what the hell are we doing?" the leaders of both sides realized that this petty war of theirs had sent even the most innocent to their what could be there grave. The next day differences where forgotten and those who would have killed one another embraced as brother and sister, for they together had learned something that no-one else would hopefully have to.
Sometimes we must defend the kind, but at the prise of the kindest.
This picture makes me a bit sad, to think the element of kindness is to fight in a war is offsetting. Gah! don't listen to me, awesome art style, good coloring, the hair looks god damn perfect, but the face was just a tiny tinsy bit off, but who am i to complain.
Great detail! You even got the boot lace holes and the MultiCam right! On a side note, the flag should be on the right shoulder. The left shoulder is for the unit patch of the unit she was last deployed with. (Sorry. I'm a lifetime Army brat.)
I believe that the small lump on the left side of the weapon would be it. Although, now that you mention it all primary issued firearms are supposed be mostly ambidextrous... Including the charging handle.