Disappointment is had with the latest key visual of the K-Project – for being 31 artworks in, the series is giving a rehashed variant of an illustration released long ago when the series first began coming to light.
In fact, this isn’t an edited spin-off of an old promotional art piece, it is indeed just a dated image made available long ago – now released once more for reasons which one can only speculate with dissatisfaction. The K-Project has definitely shined for the most part within its pre-release material – yet if it becomes highly repetitive before it has even aired, that certainly does not aide in establishing any positive expectations for the anime series.
This character is the caretaker of Neko – seen here in his in his “yaoi” pose, standing in front of what looks to be a park of some sort. Now forgetting the kid, it’s interesting how the setting is composed of more natural elements to the far right – yet the left seems dominated by the glass panels of industry and modern life.
And on another note, above the kid’s name is a peculiar strip of text – with a few mentionable points regarding it being its suggestion of a lack of awareness, as well as a “disguised” or deceitful state. Also, note the word “usual” – something which could be there to imply that the aforementioned is quite typical, a facet which then further has one wondering what exactly is so “unaware” and “disguised”.
K-Project’s mystery and lack of key visual creativity continues till another day.