Louis Le Breton was a French painter who specialised in marine paintings. He executed illustrations of occult demons, working from engravings by M. Jarrault, for the 1863 edition of “Dictionnaire Infernal” by Collin de Plancy.
Louis Breton illustrations of the 72 demons of Ars Goetia from Dictionnaire Infernal Baal’s actually the root of Beelzebub (Baal Zebub, ‘Lord of the Flies’, in rabbinical texts; Click here for the full set of Breton’s inspired demon designs.
Names of Demons from Collin de Plancy’s Dictionnaire Infernal
The french painter Louis Le Breton ( 1818 - 1866 )created a set of 69 illustrations of occult demons, which were then engraved by
M. Jarrault. J.A.S. then published in the 1863 edition of Dictionnaire Infernal by Collin de Plancy.
so this is where the curly demon wander around earth look for some dinner. He eats human’s fear and lust. but then meet this boy, with unsual taste of smell (which he falls in love instantly) and a broken soul.
concept sketch of demon!harry and punk!louis. Duh need to add tatoo to lou’s hand! and color thiss!!- yeaah.. i really wanna finish this but my PC is still blacked out *sigh*