If resizing demolished this, then the original must have been pretty bowel-flushing stuff, heh. Though lo and behold, i've FINALLY found something I can nit-pick at and be all evil with >
The strong lighting on his left wristpiece (that'd be the hand on the top right
) distracts from the images balance, in my humbley opinion. I think it blends a little too much with the little dancing lights from his fingers, and may serve to initially confuse a viewer. Despite making a mountian out of a molehill, its a solid picture yet again, and im just trying to do something more than endlessly praise you.. trying to be constructive. You do realise how hard you make that, right? lol
Perhaps if you could change the tint of the dancing lights slightly, or the tint of the light reflecting from his wristpieces.. that tiny bit of contrast might give you something to stress over on a boring rainy day
I shant go back and stress over it
(I seldom revist pictures once I've concidered them "done") but to be totally honest, I did go back and take a look at this picture after reading this comment, and I could tell what you meant EXACTLY from the split second I saw even the thumbnail. - I've learnt a lot recently about depth and contrast and stuff, and you're right, the strong reflected light on his wrist cuff there does tend to drown out the other details.
- thank you very much for pointing it out