The lovely, horrifying, the mysterious Ligeia! One of my favorite stories by Poe, I had to give her a saintly portrait.
Ink & Photoshop
I actually have this print that I got from the Poe Museum! It's one of my all time favorites of yours and got it before I had seen your other work. Truly one of my favorite physical pieces of artwork I have. I love your style of all your work so much.
She is lovely!!!
Beautiful! And it really fits the lady in the story! :>
Me too! I think all the Poe stories with women´s names are awesome
I love this!!
Wow, IS LIGEIA ! Nice work
I love Poe's Ligeia, and I really like your image of her. She IS Ligeia.
that's my favorite story too. one of the few i've actually read. do you think that tom petty song 'last dance with mary jane' is inspired by ligeia? "i'll see you in heaven..."
awesome work!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! love it !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Like your style, I bet, you can't draw a fat girl))
Nice work on the outfit.
and you did a great job@!!!!!!!!
I love your style. Awesome works.
One of my favourites from Poe too, great work!
Wow~ I'm obsessed with Poe and this is a beautiful image of Ligeia :3
Ligeia? I don't think I've read her story, but I'd love to some time in the future now. The draping of fabric across her arms, and her body, is something to be admired. I love the moon cycle imagery in the background too.
I love Poe's short stories. Thanks for doing this amazing picture
i love the red scarf or whatever it's called
The design and balance of this composition is really lovely.
She looks like a kind of goddess
i love your style <3 i love all your illustrations! <3
One of my fave from you. I love the phases of the moon in the halo.
This is very beautiful.
What is her history?
I really love the carved aspect of your drawings and your characters' design
I am going to have to look up this story.
Superb. I wonder if you've ever read Kim Newman's novel Anno Dracula and its sequels, all the great 19th century literary characters put in cameos in the story, really enjoyable for one who loves the literature of that era.
I haven't, but I'll certainly check it out! I'm always interested in alternative dark literature!
Also you may already be aware of this but Richard Corben recently released a number of graphic adaptions of Poe classics under the Dark Horse label, including Conqueror Worm, Usher, Raven and Red Death, all with his unique style and wry humour. Definitely worth a look.
moody and dark...love it ~
I love it, it's just great, I love your style!!!
I don't know this one, but I want to read it based solely off of this picture.
such exquisitely dark beauty
very cool, I love her demeanor.
This is amazing! You can see the dark power of her eyes...
Yes! A beautiful ghoul indeed, and one of my favorite Poe stories. The first time I read it I was simultaneously creeped out and delighted, it that makes any sense!