looks nice, but i find it hard to believe you did that in paint alone. There must be over a thousand colours on that
"Say you're hanging from a huge cliff at the top of mt. everest and a guy comes along and says he'll save you, and proceeds to throw religious pamphlets at you while simultaniously giving a sermon." - Dustin G
You shouldnt use a single gradient for all those different surfaces. The buildings are all at different depths and the lighting is going to act differently to each building. The single gradient used on all surfaces there makes it look like they are all "glued together" as was said before by X_Sheep.