I keep checking your thread once in a while but usually I prefer not to write if I don't have something constructive to say. This time though I have one or two suggestions.
I also lately I tend to sketch traditionally more as it's hard to force myself to look at computer screen again after coming back from work. It's also the reason I don't look for additional freelance jobs lately.
You got some really nice work on the last page. The grayscale landscape reminds me a lot of the Caspar David Friedrich paintings (Especially the tree branches and ruins). There's good feeling of scale though the foreground and middleground has some elements like trees which look very similar in size which doesn't enhance the depth as it could. Also maybe removing some detail from far background and leaving it almost as silhouette would help.
The blue dance club scene is a a bit like that club we've been to in Bucharest . I like the idea of mixing mundane with unusual. There's lots of place for imagination and unexplored territories in this type of art.
The costume design is cool. The there's lots of really nicde detail and overlapping parts of the armour work well for conveying depth. You should check out "Salute of the Jugger" (aka. Blood of Heroes) movie from 1989 if you haven't seen it before. It's a lot like this image - warriors on the postapocalyptic wasteland.