One Piece Digital Color Raw's for volumes 001-083. Double paged. Lossless PNG's. CBZ format.
These volumes were collected and uploaded by Captain M over at the Arlong Park forums. The below notes are from Captain M in [this thread](http://forums.arlongpark.net/showthread.php?t=42171).
The only changes I made was adding an extra 0 to all the volume names and changing them from .ZIP to .CBZ format. (This is not a conversion. You can just change it back to .CBZ if you want or extract using 7zip, just like a normal .ZIP).
>Mmkay, since it's come up as a thing worth looking for, I've put some time into compressing **[by compress he means put them in a .ZIP file]** and uploading my "complete" raws.
>A few notes:
>Ignore the folder names. They're based on the actual volume titles, but follow no translation in particular. I take a bit of my own artistic licence in places. Rename them. Whatever.
>This upload includes every SBS, UGP and front, middle and end page, including coloured highlight panels. The quality of the SBS and UGP as well as some other endpages can vary, just due to the scans available sometimes not being very good.
>We also have the "end of volume" text carried over from the physical volumes. As much as possible, I've tried to place it in the spaces between panels so as not to cover the art. This just creates a consistency with the later releases that have that text indelibly included, but it's easy to remove or just replace the last page if you don't like it.
>What I haven't included is some endpages from the scanned volumes that were blatantly just ads for merch and other such stuff. I don't think it's any great loss.
>I've also rearranged some pages. The sepia cover and spine/cover flap pages from the end of the digital volumes now go with the front pages. This makes more sense because with a physical book, you'd see them before you stared reading, not after, and the author note on the cover flap is often worded as an introduction to the volume.
>Back covers weren't included in any digital volume, but I put a thing together for them, just because it's nice to have that mirror to the front cover to round out the volume.
>Early volumes have been resized to 1520x1200 [from 1560x1200] for a consistent image size across the whole series.