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Feb 05 2015

Succubi Image of the Week 368

What I think is a very striking piece of Morrigan Aensland art on the Tale today for the Succubi of the Week. Sometimes the best thing, when it comes to telling about someone, is to focus oneself upon what are their most important features. Not so much the physical ones, but rather that which gives them presence and power. I think this piece of art quite clearly does that.

Morrigan Aensland by ツムジン

Morrigan Aensland by ツムジン

I found this work of art here on Pixiv and honestly I think it’s really quite a powerful image of Morrigan in one important aspect. Rather than her body being the focus… it’s her eyes. I don’t think I have seen very often so much expression in the eyes alone of art of Morrigan and in this case there’s something very haunting about the look in her eyes.

It feels very emotional and with that comes an interesting effect the artist has created here in that the sharpest relief is in her eyes and then it slowly becomes less focused as one looks away from them. I think the emphasis on Morrigan’s hair to frame her eyes and the downplaying of her cleavage only adds to the power of the image as a whole.

Simply gorgeous and one of my favourite images of Morrigan for this year by far…

 

Tera

2 comments

  1. avatar
    James

    The artist is brave
    who dares to look at her eyes
    and not just her curves.

    For watching her breasts,
    which so many thought was lust,
    was just cowardice.

    In Morrigan’s eyes
    are worlds of truth, desire,
    endless fulfillment.

    It is not the sex
    nor bestial rutting, nor heat
    that are the danger.

    This unbound, unchecked,
    unfathomable beauty . . .
    this is what consumes.

  2. avatar
    TeraS

    Lovely, wonderful prose my heart… Thank you…

    Tera

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