I always have the utmost respect for any artist who can produce absolutely stunning pieces of digital work from scratch. This work here is no exception.
Although a lot of the objects in the scene are quite dark, the detail and forms of the objects are neatly picked out with strategically-placed shafts of light.
It doesn't just feel as though I'm looking at a flat image on a screen, here. I almost feel as though I can actually reach into the image. That, to me, is the making of a good piece of art when the viewer knows it's just a flat rendering, but is able to suspend their disbelief and almost imagine it to be real.
Another neat tough is how everything almost points to the left-hand centre of the backdrop.