Let’s take a look at Max Factory’s Saber/Frankenstein today!
From the popular smartphone game “Fate/Grand Order” comes a scale figure of the Saber servant, Frankenstein, from the “Dead Heat Summer Race” event, carefully sculpted based on her first ascension appearance in her adorable swimsuit.
Her hair, swimsuit and jacket have been painted in colorful pastels, while her weapon features paint that gives it a convincing metallic look. Her soft, supple appearance has been brought to life in this charming figure. Her cuteness can be enjoyed from any angle, so be sure to add her to your collection and see for yourself!
“Master, Master… where are you going? I’m coming too, ‘kay?”
⇒Product details HERE
From the “Dead Heat Summer Race” event comes a scale figure of the Saber servant Frankenstein!
She’s wearing her lovely light blue bikini with a soft pastel yellow jacket!
(With some of her body hidden, it makes your heart beat a little faster for her, doesn’t it!?)
The sensuality of her delicate-yet-supple physique has been recreated in figure form with the utmost care.
(I personally love the sculpting of her midsection, and how it flows with her arched back.)
On the other hand, her large weapon has a sharp, metallic appearance.
▲The metallic look and gold-like shine is perfect!
Let’s take a look at one of this figure’s main features, her face! ♪
This vulnerable, though somewhat mature expression…
She looks somewhat absentminded… though at the same time like she wants to tell you something…! Fran’s mysterious charm is on full display in this figure.
One more thing about her face…!
Yes! Although it’s normally hidden by her bangs, her right eye is present on this figure! ヽ(*´∀｀)ノ
There’s all kinds of beautiful details to be found, so please have fun looking from every angle when you take her home!
Finally, the included special stand makes it look as though she’s walking through waves at the beach.
▲The waves and sand are sculpted with great detail! ◎
Be sure to add her to your collection!
Available for preorder now! HERE
Credits to @gsc_kahotan