I'm sorry to say this, but I don't think this Color shot correctly portrays the mood of "The Errand." Dmitri seems to know exactly what he is doing: stealing. In the comic, he doesn't understand why Pk is chasing him. It kind of throws off the whole tone of the picture. I'm sorry if I've caused any insult, I'm a bit of a critic, Because the rest looks great. I love how the glow of Sorbert's eyes reflects on the surrounding ice.
This is going to sound a little out of place and random but honestly I love the way you've written your portrayal of the piece (maybe even slight critic?). It's not often you find people who can put their words together in a respectable manner without sounding too offensive or some sort.
To tell the truth, this image was created without the previous story having been made yet. You could consider this more of what happened from PK's perspective of hunting down a thief, and the other more of Dmitri's perspective of how he felt! (Because that's what each picture is actually supposed to represent-- this one was wholly about PK chasing a thief, the other was about Dmitri's motivations)
Thank you for your comment though! I appreciate hearing it!
I can see where you get that from. They say a picture is worth a thousand words, so we could both be right.
Truthfully, if what you say is true, I'd think that PK had been chasing him around quite a bit. I can't stop thinking of the Kecleon brothers "Stop thief!" music from the PMD games. It just fit's so well.