I get that allot... but, this character is different on almost every aspect he's a badass in his own way, his skin is not a hardened carbon base like in the show and he doesn't have the ultimate shield, Avarice has a different set of skills not used in allot of today's animes or cartoons.
I call him Greed but in no way does he have any relation to FMA's greed, he may have that i want everything personality, but he has a totally different set of skills... but anyway i personally call him Avarice.
It is always a great day indeed when I get the fantastic opportunity to see your workings on a dark, mysterious canvas and subject, and those great feelings of mystery and intrigue, of which I am quite fond of, are brought to life in a way of such cryptic grandeur in your latest, masterful work here, my friend!
You can literally feel and smell the smoke surrounding him in this intimidating scene, and the dark canvas serves to heighten, even further, the sensational light effects, that I always love so dearly to see, that you have integrated into the ominous setting, and into his burning eyes as well. And I must say, your masterful composition of these opaque and enigmatic feelings that you have invoked in your latest painting work here is yet another great testament to the absolute limitless prowess of the incredible artistic gifts and abilities that reside within you, and how you are the absolute master of bring art itself to LIFE! ^^
And seeing that skull-adorned ace of spades resting upon his hat, it really makes me wonder if that sets to serve merely as a decoration, or if it could be some kind of calling card as well? Or perhaps, another great feeling of mystery to add to your latest masterpiece I suppose, right?
Thanks so much for sharing such a wonderfully dark and esoteric work of art with all of us, buddy!
Such designs on darkness here...foreboding is another word for this one, as you wonder about the character and their intentions. The drinking and smoking do add to the overall look, that's for sure, and the style of painting itself is pretty great.