Tell me, was this influenced by a stalker? Have you felt like you were being watched? Dangit, I let my unseeable-ness down. But really great, if I was watching this in the dark I would get creeped out. ~Waff
Quoting Marin Stipkovic
The white background makes it less nightmare-ish but I guess the rhyme makes up for it.
Not much time for photoshopping it.
Quoting Leda Kat
Now make that little movie again but experiment with lighting and camera angles and someone may just spot it and turn it into a movie!
I didn't have all night to work on editing :) This was patched up from 2 other MOCs, photographed, edited, the rhymes were written, read, the movie created, uploaded and the page posted in about 4 hours of straight work :) (btw me and my GF watched Braindead together today, and she hated it with fiery vengeangeance)
yuri...davvero una grande idea...colori e design perfetti...ottima l'espressione...ultimamente stai pubblicando tanti lavori diversi...congratulazioni per la velocitą...io impiego molto pił tempo...anche per colpa dell'uni...se hai un minuto vai a sbirciare l'ultimo progetto che sto portando avanti.."he's coming"
I love this Yuri! I had to wait until I was home from work to listen to the rhyme and I know just what Leda means - it instantly reminds me of 'one, two, Freddy's coming for you....' Nice monster, well presented.
Creepy dude. Seriously. Would be a great teaser trailer to a movie I think because the little rhyme sends chills like the kids singing their rhyme in Nightmare on Elm St. Now make that little movie again but experiment with lighting and camera angles and someone may just spot it and turn it into a movie!
Quoting Stephen Gryffindor
What could have possibly inspired you to make something like that?
The Boogeyman and the Closet Monster. Also, this is a mix between 2 failed entries for the "Phobia" contest down at Bionicle Display.
Quoting Hans Dendauw
Man, people sure scare easy...~H
Well, children do. The "don't make noise and don't open your eyes" are common concepts. Apparently, it was (and still is in some places) common practice to tell creepy stories to kids. Parents seem to think that scaring their sons into keeping their mouth shut and their eyes closed is enough to make them eventually fall asleep.
guarda quando ho visto mi sembrava una porta poi mi sembrava forse una scatola ma quando ho visto il timido ,,,troppo originale, poi ho detto ma forse e' lo scudo ho avuto un momento di smarrimento ,,,,,bravo e' bellissimo
Quoting Dave Kaleta
Dude, that was creepy. Now I'm gonna have nightmares, thanks a lot.
Hey, there was a warning at the beginning :) Don't worry anyway, if you bychance happen to see a door that wasn't there before in your bedroom, just keep still and close your eyes. Eventually you might even get asleep.