Recently, I’ve reviewed Rem’s 1/7 scale wedding version figure by Phat Company. This time around, we’re reviewing her sister, Ram. Without a doubt, Rem is the more popular one. However, this wedding version figure of Ram by Phat Company turned out better than expected. In fact, I can safely say this figure turned out way better than the Rem figure.
Frankly, my first impressions of this figure weren’t good. During the preorder period, my first thought was that the pose looked awkward and that the facial expression leaves much to be desired. I prefer figures with a smiling face. You can say, this one is the opposite of my preference. It has an embarrassed (almost alngry) expression. However, this facial expression stays true to Ram’s character.
First, let’s look at Ram from different angles. Overall, the figure is well-made. There are some unpolished sculpts on the clothes but not anything major to fret over. The base is a simple base with the same patterns seen on the Rem figure. This time around, it reflects Ram’s pink color scheme. Interestingly, there is a contrast in the bouquet colors. Ram is holding blue roses whereas Rem is holding pink roses.
Up close, the sculpt of the body looks great. You can almost see the outline of her rib cage. The paint on the skin looks nice. You can see some imperfections in the sculpt of the clothing though.
Unlike Rem that had some very poor sculpt on her side, the sculpt on Ram’s body is looking really smooth.
Despite trying to cover her behind with the bouquet, the figure still provides an ample view of her buttocks. You can see there is some level of detail applied on the lingerie though it is weird that the garter belt just disappears under the stockings instead of clipping on to it. The color on the lining of the stocking is a nice touch of pink color.
Here we get a better look at the details of the lingerie. The creases on the stocking add a sense of realism. You can also notice the flowers on the bouquet are sculpted nicely.
Flat as a washboard but I guess that’s part of Ram’s appeal. Again, you can see some sculpt imperfections on the clothing. The highlight of this angle however is the detail of her eyes. Her eyes make that embarrassed expression more pronounced. You don’t usually see Ram making an embarrassed face. She is mostly stoic while making snarky remarks.
This view shows more of her face. I do hope those beads on her hair had some more detail to them. These beads are supposed to be linked by something like an actual headdress would.
Still, the details on Ram’s headdress are better when compared to Rem. For Rem’s headdress, the flowers were the same translucent bluish-white color as the veil when it was supposed to be white lilies as depicted on the original artwork. I guess this was one change they decided to do on the figure. They made the veil and the headdress for Rem a bluish-white and the headdress for Ram pink.
The veil is flowy but I wish they would have made it a pinkish color just like the bluish hue on Rem’s veil.
The bouquet is hard to position on her hand but once you get it in, it is quite stable. In comparison, the bouquet on Emilia’s wedding version figure (also by Phat Company) keeps falling off of her hand. You can see in the picture below that the position of the bouquet is not quite right. I couldn’t quite get it to stay in place while taking this picture.
Here you can see more of her slender figure though you can also see more of the imperfections on her clothing. You can also see the blue ribbon accent on the garter belt.
Here we can some more of the detail on the lingerie. You can also appreciate the details on the back. You can track her spine and make out her back muscles. Her buttocks have a supple round shape. It’s great that they didn’t overdo her butt just to make it a selling point.
On her fingers, you can see the wedding ring. The paint is not perfect but it’s not something you’ll notice from a distance.
Overall, Ram’s wedding version (wedding lingerie version) figure by Phat Company is a decent quality figure. It is not without issues so I’ll give it a rating of 4 out of 5. The sculpt on the body is great. There are no paint issues. The character’s expression is spot on. Phat Company, however, should have paid more attention to the sculpt of the clothing and some of the minor details.
I started the NekoFigs blog in January 2021, 5 years after I’ve started collecting anime figures. It all started with one humble prize figure of Saber Lily which was bought on a whim. Now, I face the big problem of how to deal with over 200 empty boxes.