Succubi are a well known creature in fantasy role playing games (RPGs) like Dungeons and Dragons (DnD), Pathfinder, and many others. This holographic, vinyl sticker depicts a succubus casting a magical spell, likely to charm some unexpecting, mortal adventurer. This is a holographic version of the sticker. A matte version is available as well.
The holographic effect causes the colors of the rainbow to be reflected off the surface of the sticker. The holographic effect is stronger in the brighter areas of the image.
This succubus sticker comes in two variants, this holographic variant and a matte variant. The holographic version reflects a rainbow of color as the angle of the sticker changes relative to the viewer. However, the color of the image itself is not quite as bright and vibrant compared to the matte variant. The matte variant has brighter and move vibrant colors as part of the image itself, but does not have the holographic effect. The video above shows the holographic effect fairly well.
Do you have a bare watter bottle or a plain looking laptop cover? Perhaps you have a bike, skateboard, notebook, or journal that needs a bit more personality. The stickers in the Copious Ink Etsy Store are a great way to pick out some high quality stickers to add some personality to these everyday items.
The store also has sticker packs available. By buying multiple stickers at a time, the price per sticker is decreased. See the sticker packs section on the products page for a list of sticker packs. Note that individual stickers in the packs can be swapped out, allowing you to create your own custom sticker pack. See the sticker pack listings for details.
This sticker is made of vinyl and has a laminate coating. This makes it fairly tough and resilient relative to paper stickers without a protective coating. I have personally used a few of these vinyl stickers on a water bottle. They have survived a couple trips through the dishwasher, coming out looking as good as when they first went in.
As with stickers in general, they work best on fixed surfaces. Placing them on surfaces that tend to move and flex a lot, such as fabric, may reduce their ability to stay attached for long periods of time.