It always amazes me how you think to put in all those fine little details, especially in the background, that 99% of artists (I've seen, at least) would never even consider. I mean that blue map in the b/g, WITH lettering, and the fully-legible telephone sign. I mean who thinks of putting their characters into such a "real" environment besides you? I can count them on one hand. Even the little tiny, almost-invisible access panel on the escalator...it borders on the obsessive.
Some people have accused you of hiding your anatomy flaws behind a flurry of belts and buckles. I simply cannot see how that accusation can be valid. You know, I really do try to find flaws in your work every time you upload, just to spot something you missed, and to avoid making my comments sound like gushing praise.
Maybe the left concrete pillar could have a bit of bounceback reflection on the right side, and maybe the glass plates in the railing could have a few nicks or scratches. If anything maybe your coloring is too smooth, and needs more tiny imperfections to make the texturing more realistic. Tiny rips in clothing, loose threads, wear marks, I dunno. You're obviously good enough to draw what I'm talking about, and it's just a suggestion. Keep up the go(o)d work.
I like to simplify things (I know that sounds ridiculous, but I am serious). If flaws are put on everything everywhere then it begins to lose focus. Sometimes I enjoy the idea of nice, new things instead of everything being old. haha, people have indeed said I hide behind buckles, blah blah..then I draw characters in skin tight simple outfits and such and then they don't show up to say anything. I do a lot of work, far more than I am allowed to post, and I put more thought into what I do than people seem to think. I draw out character's bodies and THEN put clothes on them to ensure it makes sense in form and function. Maybe , in the end, too many people are used to seeing people hide behind random crap or they do it themselves..so they jsut assume everyone else does too. Detail is not for detail's sake, you need to be able to do things well simplistically before you can do them well in complicated form. Just what I think.