I've finally gotten around watching both of the episodes of this series, with some well deserved attention, and MY MAN I've got to say this series you've done is absolutely top notch. I could go on and on drooling all over your work but I'll keep it straightforward for everyone's sake, at least for now.
For starters I'm actually kind of surprised this wasn't a webcomic first (maybe it is and I just can't find it?) as many professional artists would only dream to achieve this amount of exposition for their worlds and stories so early into the process of conceiving a series. I find that due to this it gets harder for you to nail everything, of course; like anatomy here and there, sometimes a buttload of (interesting) text comes on and it's impossible to read, reeling an audience in to something kinda long and new, etc.
However, when giving this series the attention it deserves one will immediately tell that you pay so much mind to details that matter (scene management, story elements coming up gradually, sound design, character design, dialogue, body language) it vastly overshadows those eventual hiccups. Even things like the small details you put in are fantastic as well, in this episode alone for instance I even noticed smoke from Kain's burning plant lamp gets displaced as he exhales and talks to himself as he analyzes the book; that's the sort of stuff that composes an experience and makes one feel immersed in an animation regardless of how mundane a scene would be, not many can pull that off.
All of this effort is commendable and so I need to stand up and applaud your talent, dedication, and your ambition, specially since this is a hobby for you and you are producing content in a language you don't even master yet (honestly I have not even noticed).
I sincerely hope you get more exposure and resources as you go, but most importantly I hope you keep on enjoying your own work come to life more than anything. Big Kudos to you, Skashi. Warai is cool.