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Apr 13 2012

One of two Halloween Succubus posters that I love…

This week and next Friday I am going to share a pair of posters I found by the same artist that I think are simply wonderful examples of sexy, fun Succubi…

They are a pair of posters done by a South African artist that were done, one in celebration of Halloween and the other that was part of a 2011 art show called October Shadows: A Celebration of Halloween.

But the first work, must come first of course…

Halloween Poster by WacomZombie

Halloween Poster by WacomZombie

This is called Halloween Poster and is by an artist on etsy.com calling themselves WacomZombie. You can find this work on sale here and the artist’s page on that site here as well…

As well, their name is really Corlen Kruger, and they have a website with an amazing number of pieces of in all sorts of media here for those that would like to know more about them… And, of course they also have a DeviantArt site which you can find here as well…

I like this art quite a lot, though the other poster they created, which is the subject of next Friday’s Tale post I like a little bit better for the reason that in the second work the Succubus has a tail and in this case she doesn’t but is very Succubus-like nonetheless…

Sexy look, cute outfit, neat little wings and horns as well, all of which are just adding to the cuteness that she has in spite of the setting she is in…

Beautifully created and for that I thank the artist in sharing her with us…

Next week, the other poster that I think is almost the perfect image of a Succubus…

 

Tera

2 comments

  1. avatar
    James

    I think you will find on close inspection, Your Majesty, that this succubus does indeed have a tail, sticking out from under her skirts (I am pretty sure that isn’t another tentacle, or else I don’t want to imagine where the rest of it is!), even though it isn’t much of one.

  2. avatar
    TeraS

    It was rather invisible though… But yes, I see her now…

    Tera

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