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May 20 2011

It’s Sophie the Succubus’ Weekend…

This weekend, it actually started yesterday, is the annual Reaper Minatures Convention weekend, this year being held in Texas and you can find more information on that here on their page if you are in the Forth Worth area and want to attend it…

Now for those that do not know, the company mascot is named Sophie, and she is a Succubus.  And yes, she does have horns and a tail in most of her incarnations as well as wings and is, as she should be as a Succubus, a sexy thing indeed…

One of the things they offer each year is art of Sophie that appears on posters and T-shirts and son on and this year’s art I think is really interesting…

I think it’s sort of a Succubus meets Raider of the Lost Ark mashup thing and the art is just tremendous!

The line art:

Reapercon2011 Sophie line art by Wayne Reynolds

And the finished poster artwork:

Color Reapercon Poster Art by Wayne Reynolds

You can click on either one of these and see a larger version if you’d like one.

I have to admit that I do miss her having horns and a tail in this art… Succubi should really have those, but I suppose that the bat-like wings she still has sort of reflects that part of who she is…

I still think that her tail should be there and holding some sort of treasure or something…

Still, it is a lovely action image of Sophie and I am sure that those that attend the convention will enjoy the art!

 

Tera

2 comments

  1. avatar
    James

    It is rumored that the Queen, in order to carry out some tasks in the mystical land of Canada, occasionally conceals her horns and tail from mortal view. Perhaps Sophie, under similar circumstances (how different is the work she is doing here, after all, from the Queen’s activities in the mortal realm?), also conceals these features.

  2. avatar
    TeraS

    I really need to ponder that…

    Tera

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