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Legend of the Dark Knight by NuvaPrime
Legend of the Dark Knight
I've been meaning to post this one for a while [I know, I know; get in line] this was something I'd painted in the basement with paints belonging to my brothers. They more or less forgot about them. Anyway, I was just fooling around and made a Batman sketch, then I saw the paints and just went for it. 

I didn't hold the paper down so it dried all crinkly like, so when I scanned it the crinkles showed up on the scan. For a while I didn't post it because you could barely make out the actual image. It wasn't until later that I figured out how to use my outdated editing software to fix that problem, so now the highlighted crinkles look like mist lines. 

I particularly like this painting because of all the analytical meanings I put into it. Instead of telling you all the meanings, I challenge you to analyze this top to bottom.

Go!
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The Evil Cybersquad [ECS] by NuvaPrime
The Evil Cybersquad [ECS]
A companion piece to my Daughterboard and Gadget concept, in that description I briefly talked about an Evil Cybersquad, though didn't go int too much detail. 

After Daughterboard got booted off the Grim Reeker, she constructed Gadget but wasn't satisfied with just him, so she went into a partnership of sorts with Wicked in order to create Earth Kids of her own, DB's intention was to create a CS that was superior to the original; a faster, more athletic Matt; a sharper, more intelligent Inez; and a Jackie with the qualities of both of them.

However something went wrong during the process; Jackal ended up being too wild and almost uncontrollable, having a love for chaos and destroying things, and Index -while her brain could process a lot more, did so at an incredibly slow rate, often leaving her with a dull paused expression; Matter, on the other hand, ended up being the intelligent one, able to do what Index was intended but at a faster rate. They all still posses the traits of their original counterparts, but with their flaws and enhancements added. Lol, it figures that 'Grey Matter'  would be the smartest :) [That's a Ben 10 reference, by the way] 

While the ECS ultimately proved effective, they still turned out wrong -DB wanted to also have her own Slider and Shari Spotter, but decided not to push her luck. This led to her and Wicked splitting and going their separate ways with DB still having her own Cybersquad.

While Jackal and Index are considerably impulsive and slow [respectively] they still prove satisfactorily loyal to Daughterboard and generally do as they're told -like Gadget, only not as bright. Matter, meanwhile at first does things satisfactorily, but due to his intelligence he begins doing things his own way, often proving more effective than DB's way. This begins a slow rift between them as more and more over time Matter feels mistreated and DB feels often insulted when he doesn't go her way. 


For the longest time I've wanted to draw these, though the standing problem was I've never been able to draw them [with Gadge I at least had a 'How to Draw' video to help me practice] But after reading Vedrick's own Cyberchase fan-comic with his own ECS, I was inspired to finally get these out.

I kinda' cheated and printed out uncolored character bio pics of the Cybersquad, then traced over them a little -mind you, since the poses are notably different I not only had to turn the paper a lot but I also had to do some guesswork on how they'd look in places. I also added minor touches before coloring to further distinct them from their non-evil counterparts [the claws, razor teeth, Matter's hair, Jackal's red tooth necklace and earrings, and Index's jagged hair, pointy glasses, and upside-down star on her shirt] 
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Well, the new trailer for the FNAF game 'Sister Location' has been released...
... And I might as well confess; I'm intrigued! I can't wait to see what MatPat has to say about all this. 

So having seen that little piece of beautiful delicious Nightmare Fuel, I've been thinking; since a FNAF movie has been greenlight, how does one exactly go about making a movie about a security guard trapped in his own station while hounded by killer Chuck'E Cheese parody animatroncs?

The answer is rather pleasantly twisted >:)

This guy [who was the main character of the first game? What was his name? Mike Schmidt? I can't remember; we'll call him Mike from here on] He's apparently the guard of Freddy Fazbear's Pizza, a pizza parlor with these incredibly sophisticated yet honestly terrifying animatronics. He also has amnesia, as he can't remember ever getting inside the restaurant or even applying for a job there. But oh well, he's the guard so he might as well guard!

Only one problem, as our friend Mike discovers; the robots are loose, according to phone recording instructions left by the previous security guard, they have to be left functional at night so that their parts don't stiffen or whatever. Mike also learns he can't let the bots wander into his station or else they'll mistake him for a naked endoskeleton and try to stuff him into a animatronic suit, which will kill him.

Mike learns this the hard way on his first night. Of course the Phone Guy doesn't say exactly WHY not to let them wander into the office, so he gets careless... and then Freddy suddenly appears, then drags him into the back room and proceeds to do the dirty deed. 

The scene that follows is... rather terrifying. Mike is screaming in both fear and agony as the robot mercilessly stuffs him into the suit. Oh the pain, oh, the Pain...

...And then he wakes up. Its the start of the first night again, and Mike is still alive. And the Animatroncs are still roaming free. 

Terrified, Mike tries to escape the demented establishment, but is almost immediately caught and killed all over again, this time by Chicka. 

...And then he wakes up again. So now Mike has a problem; he can't leave and the only safe place is his office, but he has to be careful because they can still catch and kill him there.

Meanwhile, as Mike learns the rules of this Pizza Parlor Hell, through the security cameras he notices something isn't right [besides the robots, of course] posters on the wall keep changing; the phone is an outdated [corded] model; and the only newspaper is dated 1989. But Mike is certain its at least the 2010s. Worse still, the newspaper and paper clippings mysteriously posted on the outer walls detail disappearances of four children and clear indications that some sicko stuffed them into the animatronic suits, and then no one apparently realized the robots had corpses in them, blah blah blah, you all know the story. Oh, yeah, and the phone recordings end with the Phone Guy getting murdered by a robot. Point is Mike realizes he might be being stalked by vengeful child zombies in robot suits, believing poor Mike to be their killer. But he's not... is he?

Also he's being psychologically menaced by a mysterious 'Golden Freddy' suit that just shows up limp in the office and sets him all the way back to the start of night 1.

All throughout the film Mike is trying to both survive and put the pieces together -basically its the indie horror film version of 'Groundhog Day'. Alas, no Bill Murray. And how does it end? technically, it doesn't. I'm not really sure HOW a film like this would or could end, but I'm fairly certain Mike survives the final [and bonus] night, and probably learns something we don't before the film ends and he never ACTUALLY makes it out of the parlor.

You want to know the better part? Its part of a series.

After this is FNAF2. Mike wakes up at the start of night 1 in the another restaurant, this time its few years EARLIER, with more robots, no doors to shut, and a frightening Marionette puppet added on top of everything. This time, however, the clues to what happened in the past are now delivered at the end of each night through 8-bit animations that appear on his monitor each time he completes a night.

Then he wakes up and a new shift begins. Oh, and Mike is no longer Mike, apparently his spirit is inhabiting the body of the previous security guard -the Phone Guy, and now listening to instructional cassette tapes from the manufacturer. Wash rinse repeat, and by the end Mike wakes up in what appears to be a dystopian Fazbear restaurant, doomed to complete yet another week alone with killer robots. He's not that much closer to solving the mystery or if he might be the killer, or the old phone guy might be the killer; the only clue he has is in the animations where this strange solid purple man is shown killing children.

...And then begins FNAF3. There are more psychological menaces here, mostly memories of previous rounds; but there's still one animatronic; Springtrap. And Mike still isn't Mike, now some new guard for 'Fazbear's Fright', some time closer to what he believes is the correct current year. So all throughout FNAF3 Mike is seemingly caught in a disturbing conclusive loop where he might be menaced by his future self. What's worse; dying at the hands of a zombie robot child murderer; or surviving the week knowing that's what you'll become? Mike must decide before the week is over, and all the while new 8-bit animations detail the horrible demise of the Purple Man. Oh yeah, and somewhere along the line we get shaky flashes of Mike's life outside the pizzaria. The film ends with Mike deciding to face his fears and fight the Springtrap, which ends with the pizzeria burning to the ground. Nothing is of course conclusive.

FNAF4 is probably the most twisted film, this time Mike -shocked to learn that trapping himself in the burning horror attraction didn't end the cycle [see? Like 'Groundhog Day', but without Bill Murray] now inhabits the body of a terrified child, now hounded in his own bedroom by nightmarish versions of the first animatronics with only a flashlight to keep them at bay. So by this point Mike is barely scraping by with what remains of his sanity, and this time the animations come to him in dreams between nights, now detailing the sad story of the child he inhabits. Its also in this movie that Mike is desperately trying to figure out if he is the child murderer, suffering a hell of his own making as cosmic punishment for his crimes. This is especially emulated by trying to catch the Plushtrap with his flashlight. 

And this time... he wakes up in his own body, outside Fazbear's. He's free... or... is he?


And after all that? 
FNAF-Sister Location. Mike is plagued night after night with visions of his nights as the helpless security guard and his friends are worried. Against his better wishes, they take him to investigate the burnt down remains of the establishment and discover a secret underground lab, where they are menaced and picked off one by one by unseen robots until only Mike is left, unable to leave his new underground prison. But now Mike has had enough. He's been menaced and tortured for who knows how long by these sideshow abominations, and now he's fighting back. For every robot he encounters, he savagely attacks them and destroys them. But are these new animatronics really so evil? Why were they never shown to the public? Why does the one only known as Baby keep trying to plead their innocence with Mike? And what lies beneath their ever-shifting faces? Who is the real monster now? Has Mike become the child murderer after all? 

What lies beneath the face?

What lies beneath the Face?!

WHAT LIES BENEATH THE FACE?!!!



And thus a new quadrilogy begins. What fresh hell is this?

So that's how I'd do a FNAF film franchise; make it basically a better version of the Silent Hill movies but make the viewer feel just as helpless as Mike and yet desperate to solve the mystery that surrounds both Mike and the viewers. 

And what is the answer?... I have no idea. maybe there is none.


Keep up with the FNAF Theories, starting with Game Theory's first FNAF Theory!
'My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic' is currently my favorite TV show and the Bayverse 'Transformers' is my all-time fave film series, and I want to write and do art/design stuff for them both. 

Trouble is; I have Asperger's Syndrome. I have gone into this before, but the problem with this is that it heavily distracts me [inhibits my focus] and often throws writer's block at me when its most inconvenient, then almost literally steals my focus towards something else. 

I don't doubt that I could probably get a decent-paying job and a place to live on my own, but I highly doubt my own ability to actually do something beyond that.

Currently I have a script for an MLP episode title 'Loyal to a T', but I haven't been able to get past writing the first third of it. Its because of this problem that I haven't even tried writing a TF5 script beyond a word file basically full of brief character descripts and bullet points.

I have no idea what to do about this and no one seems to have any kind of answers
Well, the new trailer for the FNAF game 'Sister Location' has been released...
... And I might as well confess; I'm intrigued! I can't wait to see what MatPat has to say about all this. 

So having seen that little piece of beautiful delicious Nightmare Fuel, I've been thinking; since a FNAF movie has been greenlight, how does one exactly go about making a movie about a security guard trapped in his own station while hounded by killer Chuck'E Cheese parody animatroncs?

The answer is rather pleasantly twisted >:)

This guy [who was the main character of the first game? What was his name? Mike Schmidt? I can't remember; we'll call him Mike from here on] He's apparently the guard of Freddy Fazbear's Pizza, a pizza parlor with these incredibly sophisticated yet honestly terrifying animatronics. He also has amnesia, as he can't remember ever getting inside the restaurant or even applying for a job there. But oh well, he's the guard so he might as well guard!

Only one problem, as our friend Mike discovers; the robots are loose, according to phone recording instructions left by the previous security guard, they have to be left functional at night so that their parts don't stiffen or whatever. Mike also learns he can't let the bots wander into his station or else they'll mistake him for a naked endoskeleton and try to stuff him into a animatronic suit, which will kill him.

Mike learns this the hard way on his first night. Of course the Phone Guy doesn't say exactly WHY not to let them wander into the office, so he gets careless... and then Freddy suddenly appears, then drags him into the back room and proceeds to do the dirty deed. 

The scene that follows is... rather terrifying. Mike is screaming in both fear and agony as the robot mercilessly stuffs him into the suit. Oh the pain, oh, the Pain...

...And then he wakes up. Its the start of the first night again, and Mike is still alive. And the Animatroncs are still roaming free. 

Terrified, Mike tries to escape the demented establishment, but is almost immediately caught and killed all over again, this time by Chicka. 

...And then he wakes up again. So now Mike has a problem; he can't leave and the only safe place is his office, but he has to be careful because they can still catch and kill him there.

Meanwhile, as Mike learns the rules of this Pizza Parlor Hell, through the security cameras he notices something isn't right [besides the robots, of course] posters on the wall keep changing; the phone is an outdated [corded] model; and the only newspaper is dated 1989. But Mike is certain its at least the 2010s. Worse still, the newspaper and paper clippings mysteriously posted on the outer walls detail disappearances of four children and clear indications that some sicko stuffed them into the animatronic suits, and then no one apparently realized the robots had corpses in them, blah blah blah, you all know the story. Oh, yeah, and the phone recordings end with the Phone Guy getting murdered by a robot. Point is Mike realizes he might be being stalked by vengeful child zombies in robot suits, believing poor Mike to be their killer. But he's not... is he?

Also he's being psychologically menaced by a mysterious 'Golden Freddy' suit that just shows up limp in the office and sets him all the way back to the start of night 1.

All throughout the film Mike is trying to both survive and put the pieces together -basically its the indie horror film version of 'Groundhog Day'. Alas, no Bill Murray. And how does it end? technically, it doesn't. I'm not really sure HOW a film like this would or could end, but I'm fairly certain Mike survives the final [and bonus] night, and probably learns something we don't before the film ends and he never ACTUALLY makes it out of the parlor.

You want to know the better part? Its part of a series.

After this is FNAF2. Mike wakes up at the start of night 1 in the another restaurant, this time its few years EARLIER, with more robots, no doors to shut, and a frightening Marionette puppet added on top of everything. This time, however, the clues to what happened in the past are now delivered at the end of each night through 8-bit animations that appear on his monitor each time he completes a night.

Then he wakes up and a new shift begins. Oh, and Mike is no longer Mike, apparently his spirit is inhabiting the body of the previous security guard -the Phone Guy, and now listening to instructional cassette tapes from the manufacturer. Wash rinse repeat, and by the end Mike wakes up in what appears to be a dystopian Fazbear restaurant, doomed to complete yet another week alone with killer robots. He's not that much closer to solving the mystery or if he might be the killer, or the old phone guy might be the killer; the only clue he has is in the animations where this strange solid purple man is shown killing children.

...And then begins FNAF3. There are more psychological menaces here, mostly memories of previous rounds; but there's still one animatronic; Springtrap. And Mike still isn't Mike, now some new guard for 'Fazbear's Fright', some time closer to what he believes is the correct current year. So all throughout FNAF3 Mike is seemingly caught in a disturbing conclusive loop where he might be menaced by his future self. What's worse; dying at the hands of a zombie robot child murderer; or surviving the week knowing that's what you'll become? Mike must decide before the week is over, and all the while new 8-bit animations detail the horrible demise of the Purple Man. Oh yeah, and somewhere along the line we get shaky flashes of Mike's life outside the pizzaria. The film ends with Mike deciding to face his fears and fight the Springtrap, which ends with the pizzeria burning to the ground. Nothing is of course conclusive.

FNAF4 is probably the most twisted film, this time Mike -shocked to learn that trapping himself in the burning horror attraction didn't end the cycle [see? Like 'Groundhog Day', but without Bill Murray] now inhabits the body of a terrified child, now hounded in his own bedroom by nightmarish versions of the first animatronics with only a flashlight to keep them at bay. So by this point Mike is barely scraping by with what remains of his sanity, and this time the animations come to him in dreams between nights, now detailing the sad story of the child he inhabits. Its also in this movie that Mike is desperately trying to figure out if he is the child murderer, suffering a hell of his own making as cosmic punishment for his crimes. This is especially emulated by trying to catch the Plushtrap with his flashlight. 

And this time... he wakes up in his own body, outside Fazbear's. He's free... or... is he?


And after all that? 
FNAF-Sister Location. Mike is plagued night after night with visions of his nights as the helpless security guard and his friends are worried. Against his better wishes, they take him to investigate the burnt down remains of the establishment and discover a secret underground lab, where they are menaced and picked off one by one by unseen robots until only Mike is left, unable to leave his new underground prison. But now Mike has had enough. He's been menaced and tortured for who knows how long by these sideshow abominations, and now he's fighting back. For every robot he encounters, he savagely attacks them and destroys them. But are these new animatronics really so evil? Why were they never shown to the public? Why does the one only known as Baby keep trying to plead their innocence with Mike? And what lies beneath their ever-shifting faces? Who is the real monster now? Has Mike become the child murderer after all? 

What lies beneath the face?

What lies beneath the Face?!

WHAT LIES BENEATH THE FACE?!!!



And thus a new quadrilogy begins. What fresh hell is this?

So that's how I'd do a FNAF film franchise; make it basically a better version of the Silent Hill movies but make the viewer feel just as helpless as Mike and yet desperate to solve the mystery that surrounds both Mike and the viewers. 

And what is the answer?... I have no idea. maybe there is none.


Keep up with the FNAF Theories, starting with Game Theory's first FNAF Theory!

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Troyer C Harman
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I like to draw and create stuff. I also enjoy seeing other people's ideas and creations. Most of the time, anyway.

I also have YouTube channel www.youtube.com/user/TorridPri…

I should also mention I'm working on an OFFICIAL continuation to BIONICLE (I dont work for LEGO )wish I did) its a community thing I'm starting)
See 'BIONICLE Project Anouncement' for further details.

I also watch 'My little Pony: Friendship is Magic', and there is no shame in that
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bretonian3 Featured By Owner Edited 3 days ago
My response to your post: nuvaprime.deviantart.com/journ…

Makes me wonder, did McCarthy, Sonneborn, and Larson, the writers of "The Cutie Map" had initial ideas/plan for Starlight Glimmer as opposed to Haber's idea when he wrote "The Cutie Re-Mark"?

Just like in The Legend of Korra when "Asami was originally envisioned as an antagonist, like her father, but after developing her character, the creators realized she would be better as an ally of Korra's".

Do you feel like McCarthy, Sonneborn, and/or Larson should've written the finale, knowing that different writers have different ideas?

I mean McCarthy was the one who wrote both the premiere and the finale for S4 so why didn't they do the same for S5?.
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wonderfully-twisted Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2016  Professional Interface Designer
Thanks for the fav
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nic011 Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
thank you for the favsSpiderman - OK WhooshBarlalala
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saneman1 Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2016
hi there
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NexusPieXIII Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
How come you didn't like Friendship Games 
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NuvaPrime Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2016  Student General Artist
It wasn't very good. 
www.youtube.com/watch?v=4it5RQ…
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NexusPieXIII Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
It looked really good 
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NuvaPrime Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2016  Student General Artist
Eh, looks can be deceiving. I'd actually thought they were going to do something more original with that movie, but instead they just recycled elements from the first movies
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alpha-power Featured By Owner Edited Feb 7, 2016
Still working on the ponified version of the Humane six?
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NuvaPrime Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2016  Student General Artist
Its on my to-do list. There's a lot I have on that list presently
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