Merging Myths in Photoshop on YouTube…

I love making photo manipulations of Succubi… I have three of them sitting in my computer, known as Tail for those that know that reference… And I hope to be posting them over the next month or two…

However, that doesn’t mean that I don’t look for ideas and ways of making Succubi that I haven’t thought about before…

Like this artist has…

And in case the embedding isn’t working…

Now, this is the work of an artist named Sinlessxcity, who has pages on YouTube and on the site Deviantart that show many examples of their wonderful photo manipping works…

And this is the final image as shown on their Deviantart site, in case the image on the YouTube preview isn’t working:

One of the things that I have had no luck with whatsoever has been altering the fingernails of the models I transform into Succubi… Watching this video over and over, I think I have figured out a way to do better ones… At least I hope so, but we will see in the next manip or two that I post on the Tale and at the Collective in the future…

It’s also interesting to follow their transformations on the model’s skin tones and also the alterations in her hair colour, which in the final image do look so very natural to me…

It does bother me a little bit that the final image seems to be a mashing up of the vampiric and succubus mythos, but overall the look and feel of the manip they have created is quite inspiring to me…

So many thanks to Sinlessxcity for sharing their methods with us, and I hope that my works will reflect those lessons well!



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    • James on August 14, 2010 at 9:46 am

    I don’t think there is any mixing of the mythos; this is not a succubi, or even a succubus. Succubi are warm-blooded, and would never venture out into the snow naked and alone (I know, having seen one succubi’s tail cozy 😉 ). I would expect something tasteful, red, and fur-lined.

    Never mind the no horns and tail part.

    But the craftsmanship and the artistry is wonderful, something I could never hope to replicate.

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    • Craig on August 14, 2010 at 10:46 am

    It’s always nice to see fresh techniques build up inspiration. Look forward to seeing what will come of this.

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    • TeraS on August 14, 2010 at 6:53 pm

    It is true my heart, but as always some leeway for odd ideas on occasion…


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    • TeraS on August 14, 2010 at 6:54 pm


    Thank you Craig… Always good to hear from you!


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