The details are so clear, yet distorted. The way it is drawn, it reminds me of Uzumaki by Junji Ito. The black and white and grey contrast helps to make the mood more terrifying and the scenery more creepy, while also giving a greater sense of making it feel real. The clouds have a lot of detail, and are still distorted to keep with the feel of the drawing. The building is so detailed, that the more you look at it, the better it looks because there is so much to see, such as the figure on the second floor. The doors look cartoony, but still believable. It took me a minute to see the woman holding the umbrella, because she fits in this world so well. Great, awesome, fantastic!