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Dec 11, 2011 | 12:37 AM EST
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A drawing of Slenderman. best part? had the dude unintentionally model fort this. he was being all creepy outside my house, and I needed something to draw, and figured, 'well, he isn't gonna be moving anytime soon, so what the heck' and drew him. A colorblind guy said that the shading was awesome, is that not enough? (and if you don't know, colorblind people see shades VERY well). As with all my art, It's done on paper, with no computer editing (lines in the background, I know, sorry, deal with it), and don't judge on the quality of the picture (but the quality of my drawing is totally up for critique).



Rated 4 / 5 stars

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Unique observation. I'm sure you used your artistic hand in changing his appearance no doubt which draws the concept of a certain surrealism or maybe symbolic. This looks like it would make an interesting character model for something of a twisted mystery or horror story.

shadowthe1337 responds:

Well, it's not my character, but an internet urban legend "Slenderman", a paranormal entity that stalks and kidnaps people, all while playing mind games. look it up, and watch Marble Hornets while you're at it. beware, it's VERY creepy.