I’ve been reading on the forums that the radicals in WK are somewhat made up, so I got a full list of radicals from jisho, and have been comparing some of the kanji and their rads as I encounter them, and occasionally there are differences.
For example 画 in WK is leaf-rice paddy-box, whereas in jisho, it’s one-rice paddy-box (http://jisho.org/search/画%20%23kanji).
What’s the reason for this inconsistency? I’ve also noticed some radicals that WK uses that aren’t in the list of radicals on jisho.
Also I think you can look up kanji based on their radicals as well, though I’m not exactly sure how that would work, so would learning the non-proper list of radicals be a hindrance? Will I need to adjust the learned radicals once I’m at a sufficiently high level?