Succubi Image of the Week 356

Time for a really lovely piece of Morrigan Aensland art today for the Succubi of the Week. I have often wondered what a formal portrait of Morrigan might look like and while this one isn’t quite “official” I think it is really a beautiful expression of Morrigan’s personality…

Morrigan by EnricoGalli

Morrigan by EnricoGalli

This art is the creation of an artist on DeviantArt named Enrico Galli. You can find the original page I found this art here and this artist’s site on DeviantArt is here.

I’ve always said that Morrigan need not be drawn “over the top” to be powerful and this art I think is a very good example of that. There is a lot of her personality shown here in her smile and eyes which are beautifully shown. But there is also a lovely contrast between the flowers that surround her and her own form.

It seems very much like a portrait of Morrigan the woman in many ways. There is the sensuality of course, but it is a but muted by the expression and setting.

The details are exquisite, Morrigan’s hair, the fringe hugging her curves, the shadow and blush in her cheeks. All just come together to make one of my favourite Morrigan works of the year by far…




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    • James on November 6, 2014 at 9:54 am

    Her portrait, among the flowers,
    looking every inch the queen:
    quiet, regal, safely lovely,
    yet, a tale in what is seen.

    You see her, wreathed by the blossoms:
    delicate blooms please the view,
    deep roots and seductive scent, and
    thorns to hint at what she’ll do.

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    • TeraS on January 26, 2015 at 12:30 am

    And the hints are telling at that…


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