I can't figure out what the mistake is.
Well, that's good. But Scott Fitzgerald suddenly has black legs in this one panel. Notice his hands are white.
I couldn't find it either! And I scoured it. I guess I've always assumed the characters might be wearing shoes, and Scott could be wearing black socks or stockings with those pantaloons. (That bullfighter on the cover sure looks to be wearing shoes of some sort.) And Hemingway's recounting is full of inconsistencies with the original story.But now I'm wondering if I've misread your cartooning on that point. (Or just always glossed over that detail.)
Yes, there are inconsistencies in Hemingway's story. All meant to be there! Even visually. Pat has a strawhat and not a sixpence. But Scott was not meant to have black stockings on.Usually, my characters don't wear shoes. I made an exception in the camino book, since it's a part of doing that walk. I, as you mention, also gave the bullfighter shoes, since it's an important part of his costume. He looked strange without them.
All good! The Hemingway inconsistencies all came through clearly.It's funny that I've apparently viewed half your characters as wearing casual sneakers or running shoes (black with white soles) and half as barefoot (with white feet) but never really thought through the difference. No matter how well-dressed the characters are, they tend to look a little casual and young in their style, thanks to the feet. The attention to wardrobe detail is important (and appreciated!), but sometimes we read it how we read it, I guess. I also think it's possible I've held both interpretations, according to whichever made more sense to me.Anyway, I'm glad to know a little better! Your mistake has provided a teachable moment.