Succubi Image of the Week 155

I am going to share, for this week’s Succubus, a promotional image from a role playing game that I think is very good for a Succubus…

The game is called Chronicles of Blood, you can find out more about it here in the game wiki if you are interested in it, but in short, it is a fighting game on Facebook… The website listed in the image will not give you any useful information on it…

Regardless of that, I think that this is a lovely image of a Succubus…

There is nothing in the image that tells of who the actual artist is, something that as always bothers me a lot. Still, the work itself is wonderful and gives us a glimpse of a Succubus, that doesn’t actually appear like this in the game, does give some interesting thoughts of what she might look like…

The quality of the art is wonderful, the shading and tones make her very three dimensional in nature and moreover, the effect gives her a certain sensuality that all Succubi should have…

Her horns are not really outrageous in size, a bit large for my liking, but well done. Her tail is lovely, one of the better ones I have seen, but her damaged  wings do bother me a bit… It just seems to distract from her sensuality having such damage in her form…

Nonetheless, a lovely Succubus by this artist, I would love to have a larger version of this, I am quite sure that a lot of the detail work here cannot be seen for the size of the image we have to look at.

If anyone knows the artist or their site, please do leave a comment!

EDIT: With thanks to a reader of the Tale, you can find this artist at:



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    • James on December 16, 2010 at 8:47 am

    It seems to me that, in a game called “Chronicles of Blood,” the sensuality of the Succubus might not be the first concern–hence the damaged wings. Probably just as well that she doesn’t actually appear in the game.

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    • TeraS on December 24, 2010 at 12:33 pm



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    • Akuma on February 2, 2011 at 11:57 am

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    • TeraS on February 15, 2011 at 5:59 pm

    Thank you Akuma!


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