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#32 - icewraith has deleted their comment [-]
#63 to #32 - Mexicandude (07/05/2013) [-]
You may be right, specially after the time warp arc, but the characters are so stupid and hilarious. They grow on to you. If you don't like them then good riddance, but what makes you think you are entitled to say something is stupid just because you don't like it?
#42 to #32 - whycanticaps (07/05/2013) [-]
I don't like much of the character design in One Piece, it's the main reason I don't watch the show   
   
this doesn't help my case, but I like Fairy Tail   
god he looks retarded in this gif
I don't like much of the character design in One Piece, it's the main reason I don't watch the show

this doesn't help my case, but I like Fairy Tail
god he looks retarded in this gif
User avatar #39 to #34 - snowshark (07/05/2013) [-]
He's got a point. Luffy's outfit in that arc is pretty atrocious. Poorly colour-coordinated and messy. Granted, his appearance changes every arc so it's not completely true but most characters never change their appearance so you can't blame Icewraith for not knowing his shit in this exceptional case.
User avatar #41 to #39 - dharkmoswen (07/05/2013) [-]
Actually, he was made to look thrown together. If you look at the type of clothes available, Luffy's clothes are about the only ones that fit with his powers without being ripped to shreds. As far as the hat goes, it fit together with the original person who owned it's outfit, but since they were so special to Luffy, he wears it no matter what else he's wearing.

All in all, his outfit is actually VERY cleverly designed.
User avatar #43 to #41 - snowshark (07/05/2013) [-]
Cleverly designed and well designed are two different things, sadly. You could design your character to look really badass and cool but his outfit may be ridiculously impractical or you could design your character to be really practical but he looks boring/rediculous.

A well designed character merges form and function. The Iron Man suit is really impractically designed when you think about it. It's so streamlined and tight-fitting that the technology envolved with putting it on and taking it off, let alone the technology involved in actually making it work and it's weapons and such are so small that it's completely impractical.

However it still holds enough of a balance between the practicality that the universe presents (Stark's genius with tech) and the outfit looks just practical enough whilst being aesthetically pleasing to us that we can suspend our disbelief there.

With Luffy, yes it makes sense that he has no dress-sense and he's limited by the clothes he can wear but Oda has shown time and time again that he can design good outfits for Luffy that fit the mid-ground well. It may have been poorly designed on purpose to suit the needs of the aesthetic but that still necessitates it being poorly designed in the first place.
User avatar #73 to #43 - dharkmoswen (07/05/2013) [-]
I stand corrected and impressed! This is one of the most clear, unbiased, AND correct arguments I have ever seen. Many thanks and props to you for pointing this out.
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