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Nov 04 2010

Succubi Image of the Week 150

For this week’s Succubi, I am, with the permission of an artist that I hold near and dear to me, another in a series of his Succubus artworks…

The artist is, of course, Bruce Colero, who has been kind enough to allow me to share his art here on the Tale with you all…

And this work, called All Men Are Mine is most certainly a new favourite of mine for his Succubus art…

As with all of Bruce’s works, there is so much to love in this one that I hardly know where to start… So, instead of beginning with the Succubus, the focus of the work, I’m going to start with the little whips of fire and flames around her…

The first thing I thought when I saw them was that they represented the souls she has claimed from those she entrapped over time, but just before she consumes them for her own reasons…

Te ropes of fire around her could be something like the path the souls take towards their ultimate fate at her hands I think as well…

She has a lovely set of horns, not over the top and, I think, the right proportions to her body and form as well. Love her tail, my personal favourite of all tails as i have said many times…

Her expression of wanton temptation works really well here, the almost shadowing of her eyes helps so much to draw you to looking at them, and, of course, the hint of hellfire in them is the icing on the cake…

If you would like to see some of Bruce’s other Succubi works here on the Tale, you can find them here, and here and of course, I hope you will visit his site colero.ca and see all of the beauty he creates…

Love and thank you’s again to Bruce for sharing this with me and with the readers of the Tale…

Tera

2 comments

  1. avatar
    James

    Yes, she is quite a lovely work. And your interpretation of the sparks and ribbons of flame is indeed interesting.

    What is even more interesting is seeing this image right above yesterday’s succubus costume. 😛

  2. avatar
    TeraS

    I didn’t realize that I did that to be honest… It is an interesting juxtaposition isn’t it?

    Tera

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