Whilst I was in the process of buying yesterday’s figure, I got a message from another MFC user, offering me more loots :D. I’ve bought a number of their figures previously, so they gave me first dibs on some figures they were giving away, in payment for the postage.
This was the first of two things I was interested in:
When I was unboxing her, I found out that she is also cast-off, which was a surprise. It did say on the MFC page, but I didn’t notice.
Here is her left side, which is her main viewing angle:
I like her purple dress, and the detail of the sculpting in her hair.
Looking at the front:
She has a cute face, and the maid outfit works well.
Her right side:
I like the bows she has spread around her outfit – here you can see one on her arm. She also has some hairclips in her hair, one of which is visible here.
Her ribbon looks nice on her back, and her outfit looks a bit more revealing from this angle.
Some flatness to be seen. She balanced surprisingly easily like this.
Now for her cast-off “mode”:
Whilst you can fully cast her off, her midriff looks a little strange to me, with the ridge under her corset.
Close-up of her chest:
Nicely sculpted, but her nipples aren’t particularly painted. Would’ve been nicer if her nipples were a bit darker, but hey, better than the bright pink some cast-offs get.
From the back:
She looks surprisingly good from the back, considering the front. This angle works, and I don’t have any major complaints.
Here is how I am likely to display her – half dressed:
The skirt matches up with her corset, removing the odd look. Her chest looks good, without it looking like she’s oddly dressed/covered.
Close-up of her front without her top:
The ring in her collar acts as a subtle hint she’s more of an entertainer than maid, but doesn’t really attract the eye if she’s not cast-off.
From the back:
All options seem to work just fine from the back!
I like this figure, glad I chose to get her. I was on the fence about her for ages, but she looks better in person than I imagined.