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Why am I having trouble finding a dualscreen of this picture for windows???
Slender Man has fascinated me in that he is this dark figure that lurks in the background, tall and silent. He just creepily watches you. I find your dualscreen to be the creepiest of all your options on this image for the simple reason that Slender Man is off-center. He should be the focal point of the image, but he’s not, and that adds credibility to his sinister appearance in the background.
DO NOT open the big 5k version and pixel spot it!!! Unless you want to be really, REALLY creeped out! 😉
This one is actually too scary to put on my desktop. It gives me the major creeps! Awesome job!! I love the color scheme too.
Really like the contrasting red on the greyscale forest, trees and vines are quite uniquely shaped. It would make a good Halloween background. I’d love a render without the “slenderman”.
John N. [lifer]
First off, let me say I really enjoy Halloween! But this rendering does not impress me at all. The trees themselves look more like twisted vines! The ‘slender man’ does not look threatening at all. I guess I must be getting old, I do not know the Slender man character at all. I’d rather see Frankenstein, the Mummy, or the Wolfman instead (especially during Halloween!). This is one wallpaper I will pass on.
Mary G [liferplus]
You feel like he is suddenly going to come toward you, preternaturally fast, before you can even take a breath.
I don’t think I would like to see him when I am out by myself. Though I must admit, I don’t think I would go anywhere near that setting, even in the daytime. I would be spending all my time looking over my shoulder. You have got the feel of the place spot on.
I am a huge fan of Slender Man. I played the original game “Slender: The Eight Pages” for hours on end. So much so that Slender Man stopped being scary. Then I played the sequel “Slender: Arrival” for just as long on PC and PS4. I can say that in theme with the game the jagged trees work well; however the shadows being cast on them are blocky. Slender Man is the part I don’t like. One of the main fear factors for horror in general is that the monsters don’t have a face. Slender Man in particular has no face. The figure in this scene has a clearly defined face. If you don’t know who Slender Man is you can download and play “Slender: The Eight Pages” for free as it is a free game. Just Google “Slender: The Eight Pages” then download it and play it because you know its free.
Richard H. [liferplus]
@Ryan: Why does your lighting so often change between the single-screen render and the multi-screen renders? I notice it very often, and it’s obvious here, too. The multi-screen renders are all very clear and sharp, but the original single-screen render is a little more refined and better looking, with a slightly different colour cast and a more misty effect. I’m not saying I don’t like the multi-screen versions (I do), but the original just has an extra level of refinement, somehow. Is it because you have to do the rendering in different software for the multi-screen versions? Just interestedâ¦
That incident was over two years ago, and while horrifying, was not on the public’s mind in general (as far as the whole of the US or the world was concerned), and isn’t on the public’s mind today, as it’s been so long ago (relatively speaking). Very few people today would react to Slenderman the way they would to a killer clown. And, given enough time (without insane clowns), that reaction will fade too.
The one bit of good news in that article is that the victim lived and recovered; thank heaven for that much. I hope justice was done.
This isn’t really appropriate either.
Wiki: The Slender Man stabbing occurred on Saturday, May 31, 2014, in Waukesha, Wisconsin, when two 12-year-old girls lured another girl of the same age into the woods and stabbed her 19 times, allegedly in order to impress the fictional character the Slender Man. After being stabbed, the victim crawled to a road and lay on a sidewalk where a cyclist found her and called 9-1-1. She was rushed to a hospital, at which point she was “one millimeter away from certain death,” according to a criminal complaint.The victim was hospitalized for six days and has since recovered and returned to school.
Big Dave [nonmonthly]
I like this a lot but agree it is too bright and he is too well defined for slender man. If it was darker and he blended in more with the background I think it would be a 10 but I still like it a lot!
Will Marshall [liferplus]
Thank you for making this…Definitely my new background…
Richard Haselwood [nonmonthly]
This is seriously creeping me out..
Mario Carini [basicmember]
Looks real spooky and those trees look out of this world!
Steve Schiff [liferplus]
Love the somber atmosphere of the scene! Btw, are his arms unnaturally long or is that just my imagination?
It’s fab but where’s the dual screen options!?
Love it! I would sure hate to see Slender Man following me, particularly in creepy woods like these. The twisty tree trunks and spidery branches are very eerie touches. Thanks and Happy Halloween, Ryan!
I think the scene in general is too bright. Slenderman is normally depicted in a near-dark hard-to-see way. I think it could be spookier if we could barely see Slenderman.
Can we get this Spoooooky screen in DualScreen 3840*1080, people will just think it’s a forest, then they finally see Slenderman standing there. Excellent!
Normally I love your Halloween wallpapers but something about the trees bother me but I don’t know why. Maybe cause it’s too bright (even a full moon lit woods are never that bright) or cause all of the trees are all twisted some OK but not all. Maybe some creepy fog will help. I really like the Slenderman tho.
Another suggestion can we have an alternative with a creepy ass clown. With all of the sightings & the new “IT” just finished filming. That would be kinda fun. Sorry for the nitpicking, I really love all of your work.
When I looked at this, I thought there was too much facial detail on your version of Slender Man. I thought part of the fear factor around this character was that it had a white, blank face. The setting looks good, though.
Hey, been a member for many years now. Really like all your work, some is better then others but all good.
“Slender Man” is good but not as good as others you’ve done for Halloween.
Stunning….and chilling. Lighting is perfect. the red leaf accents add so much as well. Well done!
I like it, its creepy (one arm longer than the other!) and I love the red accents in the dark woods. Id be running the other direction! Thanks Ryan!
I really like this one, but are you going to make multiscreen versions soon?
Simply one of the best Halloween wallpapers I have seen you create. The woods give it a nice “who’s following me?” feel
This picture honestly has me looking for additional sets of small creepy eyes peering out from behind a tree, or from under the roots of a tree. The picture just has the overall look that there is something else hidden in it that I just haven’t spotted yet. I also very much appreciate that the red adds color, but it’s not so bright that it detracts from the overall look.
The woods give the right spooky feel, but I have no idea what slenderman is. The addition of the person doesn’t really work for me. But I get the idea you were trying to convey here.
All Hollows Eve, My favorite Holiday, I simply love your Halloween renders, Great imagination, Great Colours , and very awesome detail, awesome work my friend
Sorry to see that your quality for the Halloween theme has sunk so low as to not even offer anything except single-screen format. This image isn’t up to you usual standard, either. IMO, the best one you ever did was “All Hallows Eve: (2007). Too bad this does not measure up.
Love it, great Halloween pic! I know it’s a long shot, but is there any chance of a render without the Slender Man in it? I love the forest by itself, and would use it more outside of Halloween time if that was removed.
Chilling like having been just spotted by a zombie. Neat piece, I’m wondering if some better contrast might be made with darker shadows on the trees. I am another that would love to see a version without the creepy dude.
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