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FluorineSparkHobbyist Digital Artist
Remind me of Sam Fisher from Splinter Cell Conviction. 
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Null-EntityHobbyist General Artist
Ah.. as I have never played any of those games..... ok :)
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BanditFalconHobbyist Digital Artist
It's not Sam Fisher or Jason Bourne but it'll do. A true man stands by with his convictions.
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Null-EntityHobbyist General Artist
Pardon ?
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BanditFalconHobbyist Digital Artist
Your picture. It just reminded me so much of this character I really like in video games. This isn't the best picture to compare, but it has apparent similarities:
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He is a man determining the whereabouts of his apparently dead daughter. He was also formerly a part of a subdivision of the NSA, which was completely transformed under the supervision of its new Director. His time as a Double Agent branded him as a threat to his own government without them knowing the truth behind his occupation, as well as something much deeper. Despite preventing the looming threat of his last mission and getting over most of his depression due to his tragic loss, he still ends up being on the run as an independent agent of free will, hence the title of the game, "Splinter Cell: Conviction".
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Null-EntityHobbyist General Artist
Hahah looking at that picture I see what you mean :P.
Complete chance :giggle:
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foompsStudent Digital Artist
no trigger discipline tsktsk
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Null-EntityHobbyist General Artist
:P no weapons training of any sort in my life (unless you count Duck Hunt on the NES) :)
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