this really reminds me of a book i used to read back when i was young it was called Skellig by david almond. really good book. and this is really nice! really love the whole composition and the homeless man's expression, really feel sorry for him ^^"
It seems like I am a latecomer in bestowing praise, but it is an amazingly jarring and touching piece. While I was searching for a picture of the usual warrior-angel, this commission popped up in the search results. My eye went to this image immediately. I think I stared at it, taking in details, for a couple minutes. I sent a link to a friend. To perhaps explain the magnitude of what I just said, I must reveal that I am usually not involved in many social causes like homelessness or poverty, so I am not automatically inclined to be impressed by such depictions. What makes Royo perhaps the most accomplished modern image creator is not his amazing detail, but his ability to capture transcendant facial expressions or moments. There is the same magic here. My congratulations.