This figure is the second of the pair, and was the one I was looking forward to most:
I love her playful pose, and I have a liking for Rias’s design. The white swimsuit complements Rias well.
Here you can see more of her top, which just rests on her hand. It’s pretty stable, but due to the static nature of the plastic, it can look a little odd if it doesn’t sit right on her hand. Here you can see some of the lovely shades in her hair.
No too much to say about this angle – you can see her nicely-sculpted swimsuit bottom, and her similar pose to Akeno.
Red flowing hair, what’s not to love?
Close-up of the top:
Nicely detailed and painted. Despite the drawback of getting it to sit on her hand, it’s been very nicely done otherwise.
And now to the figure’s flaw:
The ahoge. This is a separate part, and no matter how hard I try, I can’t seem to get it all the way in, or at least fully hide the unpainted part. Wish they painted it all the way down. Not entirely sure why they decided to make it a separate part – pretty sure it would’ve fit in the box attached – but having it like this is just annoying. Being so thin, it’s a bit nerve-wracking pushing it in, and hoping not to break it. If it wasn’t for this, I’d have this one as one of my favourites. It’s still up there but… sigh.