Fantasy version: Standing 90mm tall, stunning demonic princess Yscarloth is a striking miniature. The part that actually touches the ground is 70mm long by 50mm wide, so she will fit perfectly on a 100mmx50mm base. From leftmost to rightmost tentacle/hand, she spans 120mm wide...
"Between magic and darkness, beauty and horror, from the Lust Elves twisted minds, where physical boundaries are none, a princess is rising. Yscarloth, the Harvester Of Flesh is graciously yet lethally parading on the battlefield. Her hunger for life is never satiated. And those who fall for her are forever prisoners of her unholy embrace."
Note: no base is provided for this model
Finely crafted in resin. Scale is 30mm Heroic scale: they will fit very well in all popular miniature wargames.
Art is amazing as always. But the big pieces didn't match up and has left giant holes. Also because of this the pieces never quite fully matched up, I had to cut/sand off a lot of the parts to even glue them together. It's gonna be a lot of work, And this one is nowhere near as easy to assemble as their other newer models, but I still love it. Beautiful. Very dainty pieces but still amazing.
Beautiful model that has a wonderful aesthetic. However there is one major flaw. The face is split horizontally in two (I'd imagine to account for the Sci-Fi and the Fantasy version differences). This leaves surfaces that have to be cleaned from flash and sprue parts, which creates gaps that have to effectively be sculpted with epoxy putty (green stuff) to look good. While for an experienced person this is merely an annoying bit of extra work, for a less experienced person it might unfortunately damage the model and make it look less good.
Other than that, it's great,
Alluring yet repulsive! An amazing sculpture and an imposing model to game with...
I just received this miniature on 4/18/18 and started assembly tonight. It's an absolutely magnificent sculpt and beautifully detailed. The only reason it's not a 5 star rating from me is due to some mold slipping on the main body and needing to alter/ sculpt the gown held up by the left hand. For this, I couldn't recommend for anyone without experience dealing with resin models or sculpting. I truly can't wait to paint this beautiful model.