Oh my gosh these colors. I think red, white, and blue get such a bad wrap because they're the colors for so many nations, but you did an amazing job not making this seem like a patriotic piece. Also, his face here has so much emotions. Lovely.
I can't separate Castiel from Jimmy in my head. I know people kind of accept that Jimmy's basically gone, maybe to Heaven, but every time Castiel gets hurt or has to go to Hell on an errand or sees something awful, I just remember that there's a guy in there who has to witness this and can't do anything about it. That sounds like hell to me. Like I just want to stop and give Castiel a backrub, mostly for Jimmy's benefit.
I always thought Jimmy hung around (remained trapped?) inside. Accepting that he can never be parted from Castiel again, but sort of still eternally committed to his decision to become a vessel. After all, his final choice was to save his daughter, and I feel like he would be at least somewhat satisfied that his final act was something so noble. And although he's stuck on the "ride" with everything poor Cas goes through, he'd know Castiel was grateful to him, and be happy that Castiel is getting to experience friendship, love, and lots of other things he would have missed out on as a regular angel.
Yes, no more bad thoughts about that for now! On another note, I'm really smiling to see Supernatural art from you (not suddenly, because it's been a little while, but you know what I mean)! I like how you draw people, so getting to see you draw characters I know is exciting. c:
His expression seems extra intense on a bright red face, against that blue background and with that halo. He reminds me of Sherlock in "A Scandal," that moment when he realizes Mrs. Hudson's being held hostage and his face is just pure seething rage.
Aaaand the season 3 withdrawal's just kicked in again. I'll be in my corner, sulking fangirlishly for a bit