Joined Oct 04, 2011 at 10:54PM EDT
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COMMENCE STARING CONTEST!
The artist’s name is Stephen Gammell. He illustrated the controversial “Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark” series. I am ashamed to admit that I am still to this day very sensitive to the imagery that was in those books. It has followed me to this day. I read those books around 4th grade too, but once I saw the images, I took the books home the day I got them and never brought them back. I had to have my parents throw them away.
This drawing is a mild one compared to the others.
Do not google image search Stephen Gammell if you ever want to sleep a peaceful night ever again
Any image you see in this gallery that’s done in this style it is 99.99% likely that it’s his work.
He is one hell of an artist.
lifts box up
I have to be honest here. I used to be a really big fan. Used to. I very rarely watch his videos now, because I’m really, really tired of his humor. It was funny for the first 50 videos I saw, now, I can’t stand another joke. I sometimes watch if he’s playing a game I’m interested in, but I usually can’t finish it because I want to see the story and content of the game, and he obviously doesn’t deliver this.
If you like his humor, that’s okay. If you hate this guy, that’s okay too. I understand both sides. I honestly don’t think this guy is a bad person, he’s probably made some bad moves, but he’s still successful. I do think many other let’s players deserve his position, though, like others have point out. But it is what it is. He’s successful on the internet and has been a major source of influence.
Black Slaves. You know what that calls for.
Oh god. When I was twelve i let one of my stupid girl friends play my pokemon silver… told her not to start a new save or anything, and that was the first thing she did. it’s just one of those things you never forgive, and im 19.
So only hipsters can see slenderman?
Slenderman. Final boss of the internet.