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K-Project [K] Gothic Lolita Artwork

Jul 8, 2012 @ 14:16 CDT


With 86 more remaining, the K-Project’s latest visual of a hundred total features the peculiar gothic lolita character – who alongside Neko, is also an enigmatic individual serving as an unclear wild card of the cast.

Her role is entirely in the shadows – similarly to Neko, she’s never been seen in any preview video. Her ensemble gives nothing away aside from the fact that she’s a gothic lolita – though any could have already figured this easily. Her expression is blank as well – and getting straight to the point, there’s simply no viable speculation, information, or anything in between regarding this unusual lolita.

There’s two warring factions in the K-Project – those who use fire, often having some sort of visual attachment to red, and those who use arcane blades, clad in blue militia uniform, yet as to where a little girl in a fanciful outfit fits within any of it, that’s as obscure as asking how the world will end. One likely scenario is that the girl serves as some sort of medium for whatever power – perhaps providing one side of the character scale with the energy or ability to achieve whatever.

It’s possible as well that the loli is of neither party – she could be a member of a third grouping entirely who works neutrally or within the shadows, something which would also explain her lack of presence in pre-release material.

In any case, another mystery added to the K-Project’s continuous list – now in the form of a cute loli character.

6 Comments

  • Anonymous says:

    Her face looks a little bit messed up.

  • nikolai131 says:

    lol Why so badly drawn?

    Leaving that aside goth-loli <3 <3 <3 Man this Anime has everything ^_^

    • Seven says:

      “Why so badly drawn?”

      This is arbitrary – but being a site based around art, I’m going to provide you with what I feel is a more appropriate outlook.

      Aesthetics are subjective – the artist can deem their own artwork “bad” if it doesn’t meet the expectation they sought themselves, and additionally, a third party could say the same as well if they’re familiar with what the artist’s intentions were, and the final product doesn’t hold up to said intentions. Otherwise, one could only say that they “vary” – or rather, it’s all different. There’s no “good” or “bad” as much as there is “different” – and in the case of the K-Project’s character designs, where much of the reasoning behind their traits remains unclear, it would be improper to say any of them are “badly drawn”, at least not as of yet if one feels that is the case.

      Of course you could say it anyways, though it’d be incorrect.

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