I like this. But I do have to say that the character seems like he's imposed over his surrounding environment, rather than being in it. I'm not sure if it's something you intended or not, but it stood out to me.
Thanks! You are completely right! xD I've noticed it before, but after reading your comment it just stands out that much more to me. Definitely something I'll keep in mind for next time since I'm new to structural backgrounds and such I love critiques, so thank you!
Integrating back- and foregrounds to make a whole is not necessarily an easy thing to do. I think part of it comes from our language and the way that it causes us to conceptualise them. The word background implies that it is behind the picture, or the fore- or active part of it, and therefore a peripheral aspect. But if one conceives of them as separate layers--and of one of those layers as less important--as our language tricks us into doing, its easy to forget that they are in fact not layers, but part of a greater whole. That was, in fact, why I chose the word "environment" in my comment.
Keep up the good work, though; looking over your gallery, I think you have the eye and talent to do some outstanding work.