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Jun 09 2011

Succubi Image of the Week 180

I found another piece of art of Morrigan Aensland, possibly the most drawn Succubus in history when you think about it.

This work is by the artist known as Christine Choi and is, I think, a wonderful example of Morrigan as a real woman and not as oversexed as she usually is seen…

Morrigan Aensland by Christine Choi

You can of course, click on the image to see a larger version of this work. and it is huge, if you would like to…

You can find Christine’s blog, she’s Canadian by the way, here, the page with this art on her blog here as well. She also has a site here, but there isn’t anything there at the moment save a link to her Blog.

I like very much that this is a watercolours work, they are one of my personal favourite in the way their textures seem to leap off the page at you. I also appreciate it that Morrigan isn’t over endowed as she usually is, that makes her a lot more realistic and really that is important to me personally. I like my Succubi to be sexy but proud of themselves and her expression here I think reflects that really well.

The details of Morrigan’s clothing, wings, skin and hair are some of the best that I have seen in some time. It’s the details that make art come alive and Christine has truly given life to Morrigan here and that’s a wonderful thing….

Have a look at her Blog and see some of her other works too!

 

Tera

2 comments

  1. avatar
    James

    Yes, she has some very nice stuff on her sight, and I do like this Morrigan–proof that succubi do not need special physical endowments to be attractive.

    Now, if we could just find Morrigan some more interesting wardrobe choices . . .

  2. avatar
    TeraS

    The artist does lovely work…

    Tera

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