I'm just saying that they (the artists at Studio Gaga) probably could've used some more practice before continuing Berserk. I'm not sure if Mori is the one writing the dialogue or not, but it's Miura's assistants doing the actual drawing. I know they worked on Duranki first, but it's become clear Miura was the one keeping that project in-line as well, so functionally they went from being background artists drawing grass to continuing the work of one of the most talented mangaka ever. They have a lot to learn about paneling, pacing, and presentation, as well as how the characters should behave. I just think they were probably a bit hasty in jumping straight in rather than honing their skills with a small "proof of concept" work first. I know for Mori, what they did on 364 was that proof of concept, but it has become clear they had a lot left to learn.They started on a very difficult part of the story, to be sure. But they knew that from the beginning. And the promise of this project in the first place was that Mori, himself a professional mangaka and Miura's closest friend, was supposed to know enough of the planned story that they could do it justice.