I'm sure someone's already told you this but your art reminds me very strongly of ukiyo-e paintings. The blocks of colour, the delicate lines, the attention to detail... it's so beautiful, really. You make the world seem a little more real.
Hey I forgot to answer this but, thanks. It’s nice to hear the ukiyo-e angle. Ages and ages ago I found this big collection of turn-of-the-century ‘golden age’ illustrations online – think Kay Nielsen, Arthur Rackham, John Bauer (already somewhat familiar, as a swede you really can’t avoid him) – and I suppose this combined with the influence of Little Nemo (one of the nicer comics available in my school library) amounted to either a sort of unconscious ‘japonisme’ or ‘you draw like Moebius’, depending on who you ask. Which is shitty in a way but also a way of drawing rather enjoy. Uh yeah I’m trying to make something honest/personal of it