32nd key visual of the K-Project features a scene of overview from the sky – a cloudy “bird’s eye” which while horribly obscure and not particularly pleasing a sight, opens some basic questioning of expectation.
This sight stems from one of three possible purposes – it’s either perhaps merely an effect of flight, a first-person perspective of a character’s fall from the sky, or someone of the cast of the K-Project is capable of gliding through the clouds. It doesn’t appear to be the window view of an aerial craft as it’s unlikely any passenger or private jet would have an aperture in the floor – and being a perfectly overhead look at the ground far below, there’s no other way such would be achievable.
As for the reasoning behind why we’re being shown this, the K-Project may simply be dwindling in key visual creativity – only 68 promised visuals remain, yet at this rate, the horizon doesn’t appear particularly in anyone’s favor.
Taking an alternative approach of consideration, assume the purpose of this image is not be the sky – it could be the water which the scene is emphasizing, or how the land is encompassed in blue seas, a facet which may very well prove of relevant significance once the series begins. With two warring factions being driving factors of the K-Project, the terrain is certainly likely to be of importance to both – or so one would assume.
In either case, it’s the usual round of waiting till next day and debut.