Not only do the wings not look "cheapy", they look shockingly authentic! Since your ability to create a very convincing look for them, I'm going to go out on a limb and point out a couple of things for future creations of this type. As someone who firmly believes that I actually know firsthand what a succubus' wings look like, there are two details that do stand out here. One is that just as you don't normally see a bird perched or walking with its wings partly extended, a succubus's wings are normally tucked in to her back. This being said, for artistic purposes, it's often not possible to depict them this way since they would all but vanish from an angle such as this, being in line behind her body. Still worth noting though, for when the camera angle permits, at rest, they would appear something like a pair of dorsal fins on a fish. Of further note, the way she carries her wings are often a reflection of mood. Think of how a dog carries its tail. In this image, her posture and facial expression appear to exude confidence, but the droop to her wings implies timidity or submissiveness. Please don't think I am implying any criticism by these comments. Quite the opposite, in fact, I only mention them because you rendered those wings with so much effectiveness that such details are actually noticeable. In most Morrigan images, the wings look sufficiently unnatural or even cartoonish that nuances like this would completely slip by. kudos on a job VERY well done here.
Oooh my! You are absolutelly right! The fact is i already have a Morrigan figure with the same pose and the her wings comes in the posture you says. Jajaja i finished this picture at 5am and never noticied it! Well, i'll try to work in a new wings (i hope soon). Thank you very much for the advice!
Haha! We might have the same figurine! I have several Morrigan figures, ranging from small plastic figurines to some larger porcelain sculptures. Most of them depict the wings in that wide open position and variations of it. Not surprising, since from an artistic point of view there's a need to put the wings on display, which is kind of a shame. Looking forward to seeing more of your Morrigan work, as it's some of the best I've seen.