One question: Do you intend his eyes to look eerie, or is that an accident? With normal human eyes, if you can see the pale blue iris, you can certainly see the whites of the eye as well. To look this way, a guy needs a black eyball rather than a white one, and/or an iris that catches the light the way cat-eyes do.
Which is fine; I'd just like this picture to show us more clearly one way or the other.
One of the things I'm enjoying over the years is watching tabletop roleplaying and computer gaming getting closer together.
For the first few decades, computer gaming was mostly problem-solving and reflexes, while tabletop roleplaying was more social and imaginative--you developed your own character and then s/he interacted with others, as opposed to your just being handed Snake or Ezio. But as computers keep getting better <yay!>, videogames let you be more and more creative in character-building and decision-making, and good multiplay gives you more and ways to interact with other players.
(Bad multiplay, however, is just teabagging and smashing anything someone else builds, which I don't think much of.)