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885
Score
4.11 / 5.00

Date
02/08/2014
Category
Fine Art
File Info
784 x 1447 px
JPG
711.5 kb
Tags
girl
storm
crying
slenderfolk

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Author Comments

Slenderfolk character Luna that belongs to ultralulzz.deviantart.com

I believe Slenderfolk's tears are blood.

Reviews


Rennis5Rennis5

Rated 5 / 5 stars Feb 9, 2014

creey awesome, fantastic artwork.



retroarcademonkeyretroarcademonkey

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars Feb 8, 2014

The design of this creature is terrifying to me, as someone who finds the Slender-Man design scary as hell.

I really like the detail like the tree having some reference to the Slender-Man with the shadows, the Slenderfolk's tears and that rain, son!

Even though I'm not a very big fan of fan-based Slender-Man characters and really like this one! Good job for basing this on the original character, dude!

One of my problems with this, though, is that you didn't include a link, or even a name for the creator of this creature. What's up with that, man?


CarnieVorex responds:

I assume that if someone is really concerned with what happens on my DA, they will use the link in my profile to get there XD I really dislike what this site does to links, but if you're very interested, the creator's page is ultralulzz.deviantart.com. I was a bit too lazy to write all the stuff that most viewers wouldn't care about, that's all.
Speaking of Slender OCs, I don't really like all these characters with hair and multicolored tentacles and all that Mary-Sue-ish stuff, but they're so numerous I have to make a place for them in my biological theories for Slenderfolk.
It was something like a commission, anyway, so I needed to do my best. And the character was okay, actually.