Or maybe, like many mangaka, he just draws the character from memory/feeling rather than from "design". Having set-in-stone character designs are exclusively an animation thing.
He probably just forgot, and didn't bother checking closely when he drew her later.
Who cars anyway, the specifics of her outfit are not relevant to anything and the shape of her eyebrows are not exactly her distinctive features here.
>Or maybe, like many mangaka, he just draws the character from memory/feeling rather than from "design"
No, we actually know he redesigns characters often, especially in his webcomic. See: Boros.
One Piece has had so many little ones even Oda jokes about it in fan mail sections. It's in part simply because of the scale and sheer amount of characters combined with a weekly schedule.
Garp for example has had errors with his eye scar numerous times despite relatively few appearances and it was brought up in fan mail that was answered.
Don't fool yourself. Oda suffers from the same bullshit every other long running mangaka does. On top of it all he has a disgusting habit of rehashing arcs. It is an insult to the intelligence of the reader to do that. Only the most brain dead retard, or a child will readily accept such shoddy workmanship.
His body makes sense, but she doesn't.
Her torso is clipped half way into his, Her tail doesn't wrap around form properly and clips into his body, and the tail is inconsistent in width.
No, it is two right hands.
Firstly, the length of the top finger is too long with respect to the rest to be a pinkie. Secondly, it would be pretty obvious if he were actually tucking it in, because your thumb actually has a certain degree of thickness.
Araki does that unshaded, thick-lined unfinished look sometimes with objects in the foreground. Not that he's successful at using that effect every time, but it's just a way to convey areas in a panel. It was never meant to be colored and shaded. Color JoJo was a mistake.
of course senpai. One of peoples biggest gripe was that the road is to big but i always thought it made sense since it was leading to a shelter and 1 lane during a massive evacuation would have been stupid
The road was never the problem, Murata drew a "serious punch" when it wasn't supposed to be. It created several problems, since in the first version it's plain to see Saitama's punch was powerful, whereas in the second it's more believable the people in the shelter would think the Sea King just keeled over with a tap..