Saber Lily by Good Smile Company

10 thoughts on “Saber Lily by Good Smile Company”

  1. Amazing pictures for an amazing figure. I’am happy to see your review Aka ^^ She is really great, I love the pic’s atmosphere. ^^ Thank for this presentation (the first banner is so nice, I love!)

  2. Utterly fantastic pictures, Aka. The black background and the single (or reduced) lighting make for amazingly dramatic shadows and give Saber that much more of a striking presence. My heart skipped a beat when I saw your cover image. Phenomenal.

    I just got Saber myself and was immediately struck by the detailing in her face and hair. Kawahara Takayuki did a great job indeed.

    Like you I’ve waited on opening her up, but I’m quite enjoying your gallery and some angles that I haven’t been able to appreciate with boxed Saber. Specifically I’m referring to this angle and this angle. :3 I love the detailing they put in her stocking and how they still managed to give Saber a bosom despite the large breastplate.

    Damn nice armpits indeed. πŸ˜‰

  3. Well, that Saber would had lots of reviews…. it’s seen everywhere.
    But it’s not surprising because she’s so beautiful.
    Nice photos, the one you use on the top of your review in particular.

  4. Thanks for all the kind words! I really wasn’t too sure about the title picture myself, I’d tried so many iterations, that’s what took the longest for this review to be honest. I couldn’t find anything I liked till this one and still felt iffy on it, I’m glad it was well received!

    @Lylibellule, yeah there’s so many reviews of this figure, I kept thinking of holding off longer since I was no where near first to the punch. However my “Random Figure Review” spreadsheet chose this figure so I was obligated to do so by randomness.

    @Rico, I knew those would be the angles you were talking about ;). I must say I was a bit surprised by Saber’s bosom, it seemed larger than I expected, though in this case I’m not complaining like I usually do with larger bosoms. Hers seems quite nice. Though I think she needs a better brasier, something to bring them closer πŸ™‚

    1. Oh how well you know me. πŸ˜› And I think they are fine the way they are. :3

      “Random Figure Review” spreadsheet, huh? If it’s how it sounds, that’s a very even-handed and harmonious way of handling the choosing process. I usually take a look at my shelf and go with whatever strikes my fancy at the time. Totally ad-hoc, lol.

      It’s been a few days and I’m still struck by your images. Jealous too, because I don’t think I’ll be able to match. >,<

      Unless I get the DSLR I've been eyeing…

      1. Not sure why this comment was held in moderation, oh wells.

        Yeah I figured out one day how to select things at random from a column, so I decided to use it to generate which figure to review. In the past I did the ad hoc approach, but I had a decent amount to do and thought a random choice would be best.

        I recently found out that if you remove the chest plate her breasts actually look quite perfectly sized. So it’s just my imagination that makes them look large as it imagines more breast in the plate than there is. Of course, the chest plate doesn’t come off very easily as it’s glued, but apparently if you’re willing to, she doesn’t look bad at all.

        Examples:


      2. It must be karma for my site holding a few of your comments in moderation. xD

        Wow. Saber without the chest plate actually does look quite nice. I would try that myself, but I know it would all go horribly wrong.

      3. I tried on mine, but not incredibly hard. I couldn’t get it off though. I can get it to wiggle around a bit though. Which of course makes me feel like I just rubbed paint off onto her breasts for when I finally do remove the breast plate.

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