Thank you! I think that on this one I owe the reference picture lots of hints on how to communicate certain situations, like the reflections on the roof of those houses that gives the whole scene a more "wet and rainy" mood. (sorry for the double comment but I checked the comments today and I found both your comments).
More beautiful atmospheres! You're so good at them and I am always floored! And I love how the characters are looking back like either they think they are being watched or they think something is following them!
Thank you so much! I'm a big fan of giving the illustration a tension mood, to make it look like something is going to happen, but I also like the idea of not knowing exactly what's going on, so the viewer can fill with their imagination the narrative gap. ^_^