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Jan 29 2015

Succubi Image of the Week 367

Expression in the art of Succubi is important. It’s that look, that smile or glare, a licking if lips or other such thing that can take a simple pose and make it so much more. For this week’s Succubi, I found a work of art that I think tells a story in a glance and more…

Jezel by Blazbaros

Jezel by Blazbaros

This art is titled Jezel and is by the artist Blazbaros on DeviantArt. I found this work here on DeviantArt and you can see this artist’s page here too.

The thing about this art is, honestly, her expression. It’s kind of a “oh, don’t worry, you’ll like every moment of this” as she diverts your attention from the fireball she’s about to toss your way. That might be a little devious i admit, but really that look and smile is just priceless.

As a whole, I do like her looks, her outfit, really everything about her… I do wish she had a tail though, I think that would have just been perfect really. Something to ponder I suppose in that way…

 

Tera

3 comments

  1. avatar
    James

    Jezel isn’t going to toss that . . . she is going to place it inside you, once you are just a bit closer . . . beguiled by that look on her face . . . that’s it . . . now you can burn with her . . . burn for her . . .

    (This would, of course, have absolutely no effect on Your Majesty).

    Perhaps the famous phrase should be “See the smile? Got a clue?”

    Smile, because, once one sees the eyes of s succubus, clues no longer matter . . .

  2. avatar
    Pocong

    I like to think that the smile is an invitation and the fireball is to dissuade her potential lover from trying to turn this meeting into another impromptu fighting tournament. Lord knows Morrigan and Lilith have had enough of that.

  3. avatar
    TeraS

    *just smiles at the thought of a new catchphrase for one of the Succubi*

    Thank you my heart…

    Tera

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