Fresh artwork has been released for the characters of the K-Project, complete with some entirely new faces as well – a gothic lolita will be in the series it seems, and nekogirl isn’t as flat as was thought.
In celebration of Golden Week, the K-Project has output a full body illustration for every character – enabling us to finally examine the cast of this enigmatic upcoming anime series. The first order of business here is to indulge in nekogirl – she’s one of the very few females in this series, and surely, her role is major. If one visits the official site, she’s right in the center. Her relation to this gang of men who vary in appearance from being yaoi to having fallen out of Hakuouki is unknown at this point – although we’re certainly curious.
Within the first artwork of her character, seen above, she looked to have a flat chest – although as one can see below, we were certainly mislead, this cat has quite a way with oppai. And with that, we’ve merely become even more engulfed in the mysteries of this character – a heterochromic bishoujo labeled as “a cat”, and with ties to a peculiar group.
As for said “peculiar group” in question, nothing is explicitly known in terms of story yet – however we can ascertain from the PV that everyone to the left of the loli in the panorama below is “on the same team”, whatever team that may be. In respect to the gothic loli, she fits in with the others in terms of artistic technique – although on a fashion scale, she’s blatantly out of place. The tobacco smoker looks to be arrogant to be a lonewolf with a haughty western attitude – meanwhile, the skateboarder truly appears as if he has no companions.
Following nekogirl, the skateboarding fellow is the second to have our interests latched – his visage doesn’t look to be one of iniquity, rather, one which questions the person he’s staring at. As for his outfit of preference, it’s rare to see someone so modern punk casual in anime. He gives off the most normal impression – and in that, he’s strange.
Whatever this anime is intending to deliver, we’re eager for it – the characters have a mystique of individuality to them, and the PV did nothing less than overwhelmingly impress.