This is an amazing picture in all the aspects. The way of handling a media as hard as watercolor, yet leaving some of the great original pencils to enforce the general feeling of the original traces is excellent.
The perspective and overall backgrounds are astounding, deep and rich.
Perhaps there are only a few points regarding dynamics, movement and graphical expression that we miss:
1) The mountains require a bit more of work or perhaps sharper traces to completely look "credible" 2) A bit more of shadows in the adequate perspective with a more complex light source would give it incredible richness (Here we see 12 o clock sun lighting only). 3) We find a gouache-like use of watercolor, which gives firm and nice looking areas of color, yet misses some of the advantages of the latter. Perhaps letting the media have more freedom over the paper in the closer subjects would give an even more artsy feeling to it.
Well, I am by far not as good as the author, (in fact...I feel poor, lol!) yet I thought these points may be useful. Any way I would pay my monthly wage to purchase this original and hang it at my living room!
Your entire gallery seems filled with art that is unbelievable to me and I work with artists every day. They all think they're great too. Anyway, you have achieved wonderfulness. My only criticism, is that I don't understand how an emergency vehicle would be crashing at apparently high speed in a clearly 25 mph zone. I probably need to see more of the story. Every emergency vehicle driver I know is extremely safe at most speeds. They have training to this effect. In fact, I'd recommend everyone taking a High speed driving course at some point in their life. But I digress.
i do recall that the (now infamous) bottom right fellow standing out to me after my honeymoon in cancun. i chuckled stating "mayhew is such a badass" recalling some recent memories...although sadly the xcaret buffet or underground river made us both ill with the montazuma's revenge.