Alternate historians have often offered many methods of magical communication: Enchanted mirrors? Eldritch scrolls? Potion-induced visions? We can be certain that whatever the method, no small amount of risque content was involved. Perhaps the best of such seductive missives matched the quality and content of Anna Rigby‘s enticing body of work.
How else can you explain such a comely collection of heroic humans, malevolently lovely demons, ethereal bare elementals and wicked drow royalty? Ms. Rigby has adorned their muscular bodies with elaborate tattoos, ornate armor, flowing robes, resplendent jewels. Yes, these women and men are willing participants in the art, seducing the viewer with intense gazes, restful poses, and potentially immoral intent.
It may never be known where Anna came upon the inspiration for her provocative portraits, but the most likely scenario involves a cache of long lost scrolls found in a long-lost dwarven cavern, revealing in great detail the alluring alchemical combination of high fantasy and high fashion.
Written by Jeff in October of 2014. Last edited October 2014.
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