Nice artwork but I have one technical nitpick. If this is supposed to be a private (Schutze), there is a problem with his shoulder straps. German shoulder straps showed both rank and branch of service. Along the outside edge, there was a thin narrow piping in various colors (called Waffenfarbe) which denoted branch of service - for example, white for infantry. Inside that was, in the case of enlisted personnel, a wider white ribbon called Litzen which denoted rank. A private had plain shoulder straps with only the narrow Waffenfarbe around the outside edge. As done in the illustration, these shoulder straps look more appropriate for a corporal (since the camouflage looks to be SS pattern, his title would be Unterscharfuhrer). As well, the title for a private was changed from Schutze to Grenadier in November 1942.