Bruce Colero’s latest work of Succubus Art…

This past week, Bruce Colero released a new piece of Succubus themed art and with his permission, I’m going to share it here on the Tale today.

For those that wish to see some of Bruce’s previous Succubus art, you can find them here on the Tale and here, and here, and here, and here, and over thereand right here too if you want to see his art here on the Tale…

Bruce calls his latest work Blasphemy…

Blasphemy by Bruce Colero

Blasphemy by Bruce Colero

You can click on the image here for a larger version of it to see all of the delicious details that Bruce has once again added in it…

It’s an interesting setting to place our Succubus into, it certainly makes the reasoning for the title of the work quite apt…

I think this is the first time that Bruce has made the eyes of the model completely red in colour. Previously they have been other shades or red but with pupils and so on, but this time it seems like all of that is lost in the red glow from them. My favourite tail is thankfully there as always which I appreciate very much. I wonder a bit about the glow on her forehead. Perhaps this might be the end result of a possession?

It’s an interesting thought…

The one thing that, at least to me, is a bit of a shame is that the background and such seems to be a bit too dark and some things become a little confusing to me. For example the candlestick almost seems to float in mid-air, but zooming into the picture it’s obvious that it isn’t…

It’s not my favourite work by Bruce, there are many better but none in the Succubus theme that is quite so “out there”. It might be somewhat uncomfortable for some, but then, art should make you think shouldn’t it?

As always, you can find Bruce Colero’s website here at

Thank you again to Bruce for his kind permission to share his work and I hope you visit his site!



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    • James on March 11, 2011 at 11:39 am

    Linguistically (in Latin), horns (of light) and halos are rather closely related. That glow could be the beginning of hers (either, or both).

    I wonder if her presence there is really so blasphemous (though that isn’t the most appropriate place to sit). While the local manager (priest) might consider her blasphemous, I hear the True Owner loves and welcomes everybody.

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    • TeraS on March 29, 2011 at 10:05 am

    It is, after all, true my heart…


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