Beautiful miniature, crisp deep detail, very little flash, easily removed with a fine file or deburring tool. It comes in two pieces, the body and the right sword arm. There is a peg and hole attachment but I felt that this was too small to glue well, also the shoulder piece covered part of the face, so I have drilled a hole into the shoulder and the arm to accept a small diameter pin and will paint them separately (much easier to paint the face) and assemble when finished. One other point, the sword in my figure was slightly curved, but 3 seconds in very hot water, a careful straightening and then into very cold water for a minute sorted it out.
These are beautiful little figures. I'm especially appreciative that they have a gracefulness usually missing in some of the blocky humans of other companies. I expect orcs and ogres to be bulky and big with rugged features, but not my favorite heroine. Bravo! I was overwhelmed at first with the amount of incredible detail packed into such a small figure, but with paint brush in hand i think I've given a fairly good account of myself. Although I'm used to converting and painting much larger figures, I'm truly impressed by Raging Heroes offerings and will undoubtedly be buying more little treasures.
Nice model awesome details. A challenge to paint. I've got a couple other from this series and figure it'll look great when I'm finished with them all.
Just another quality cast from raging heroes.
Emlyn is a gorgeous model, the hair details really stand out and I am less afraid of her delicate build since except for her sword arm she is a solid piece. Thank you for making these strong lady knight models! I am using her and her Sisters for a Stormcast Eternal Warcry army. They are all unique and beautiful, but I gave them all wild hair colours to help them stand out in game.
Tl;dr: Great miniature, go buy.
Quality and detail of the miniature are really high. Any flaws visible must be attributed to my painting skills - I picked up painting after a decade and I've not been particularly skilled as a kid either.
The miniature also comes with a tutorial on how to prepare resin miniatures. I, as a new painter, found that very helpful!
The sword is very long. Those who prefer a more realistic approach might want to shorten it.
I use Emely as Ireena in the D&D campaign Curse of Strahd. My players say that they imagined Ireena as sexy and the miniature would reflect that.
I love the detail and the rigidness even though it is a very thin model. The braid in her really stands out. My picture is from a work in progress step when i tried out colours for her robes.
Beautiful sculpt, lots and lots of detail. Perfect for my DnD Paladin !
After spray painting it black it was very easy painting, the glue was not that willing so i had to go over with some stronger stuff. I love it and cant wait for me to buy more
The model was really easy to build and really fun to paint. A lot of nice looking details.
A fantastic miniature, can naturally be used as intended as a Sister of Battle or any other fantasy Hero. I converted/painted mine to a Mordheim vampire! <3
I would post a picture but I am still painting her. I love her so much!!!! You all are the best figure sculptists ever! I love that your figures are female centric and seriously POWERFUL! Keep on rocking the tabletop universe!!!!
Awesome miniature. Beautiful sculpt. Would have loved it even more when it was in metal. No fan of resin.
I bought 2 models, Emlyn and Samaria and they both look absolutly stunning, i had hoped they would have been slightly bigger because I had thought about making a warhammer stormcast eternal army using these models, but sadly they are slightly smaller and therefor not a very god substitude for that. But i still love them and they will still be used for roleplaying games