Mar 18 2011

Some lovely Succubus Art for a Mousepad…

Once again Zazzle.com has a lovely work of art on its site of a Succubus. I think this is a wonderfully fun work and I really think it was done exceptionally well…

This work is called Crimson Wings and is the creation of an artist named Terrell Dorfeo. The page on Zazzle where I originally found it is here, and the artist’s main Zazzle page is here as well.

I love the whimsy that this artist has placed into this artwork, especially her hair, which is wonderful, but also her tail and horns which I think work really well together… Her wings are neat little things as well, though I am not sure about them being red when her horns and tail are pinkish in colour…

Her expression is interesting as well, I’m not sure if she is thinking about naughty things or if she is pondering doing something mischievous… Either way, it’s an expression that you don’t see very often really…

The artist, Terrell Dorfeo, has a website that you can find here. She likes to draw pixies and other fantasy beings, all of which are just lovely works of art…

I should also note that this work is part of a larger collection of art called Enchanted Visions, which has a website that connects many artists together that have created art based on a single theme. You can find that site here.

Do have a look at all of the wonderful art!



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    I think there is just a hint of sullenness there. I think she was plotting something, and the Queen–who knows, after all–told her “no” before she even got to begin. Now she is upset about being stopped, and working on how to do it anyway without exactly disobeying her Queen.

    Not exactly, anyway . . .

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    And I wonder where she got that idea from?


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