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  • Dec 26, 1998
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Just a little nobody from Poland. I draw, scribble, doodle, insert subliminal messages here and there to confuse the masses, paint, design and all that for a living. So far I've worked with musicians, streamers & game and IT developers. I seem to find particular interest in edgy, emotional but also sometimes dumb and amusing fanart. However, I have a big original series planned of which bits and pieces I shall post here and there, alongside fanart.


Favourite TV Shows
Metalocalypse / Hannibal
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
Dethklok / Rammstein / Slipknot
Favourite Games
Death Stranding / Team Fortress 2
Favourite Gaming Platform
Other Interests
Electric guitars / Sculpting / SFX makeup

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Hello Grimmstein. I've seen some of your Artwork on FNAF And I think they look great.

BTW, I heard a few years ago that we were gonna get an FNAF Movie Which I think sounds cool. IDK If it can work, but I think it would be a great idea for a Horror Movie if done correctly.

If we get an FNAF movie adaptation in the future, I have A few ideas of how It should go:

The 1st Plotline features Mike Schmidt (or A original name for the protagonist) working his first week at the 1990's Freddy's location (The FNAF 1 Location). He eventually figures out that something's not right with the animatronics when he sees them acting up and learns about it From the Phone Guy. So while he investigates what's going on stuff is going in The Restaurant tries to survive 5 Long nights.

My idea for why Mike keeps going back for his 5 Nights is because Some of the parents that go to the restaurant want Him to search for their missing kids, which he couldn't turn down but eventually finds out about A 5 Missing Children report during his Dayshift which William Afton (The Restaurant Owner and secretly the Murderer) keeps turning down and claiming that he didn't know where they went.

The 2nd Plotline features a Detective Character who would explore the history of Fazbear Entertainment in an attempt to expose them as the criminally shady company they secretly are. I thought that the detective character could also have ulterior motives, like when he experienced one of his children getting lost In The restaurant because Of a certain someone refusing to have the Police investigate.

Mike Schmidt and The Detective discover stuff related to murder, but not finding out about the animatronics "possession" just yet. Both characters suspect that William was behind the 5 children going missing, but we are never explicitly told or shown any evidence to verify that, although both of them are keeping an eye on him.

On the final night, the two plots converge with the Detective learning Mike Schmidt's Job experience during his 5 Long Nights, so he decides to help Him with his nightshift to investigate. The detective and Mike then have to survive from the animatronics together.

My idea for the climax is finding out William Afton was behind the 5 Kids going missing and lying to the Families who lost them. They also find out the Animatronics was possessed and weren't the monsters the 2 think they would be.

The spirits of the dead children gang up on William for what he did to them and decide to use the Springlock Suit to attack the Detective and Mike. William Afton would have the upper hand on them both at first, but Mike ends up causing the springlock incident (The cutscene from FNAF 3 ending) accidentally.

I think That'd be one hell of a climax and would be the earned shock after seeing a lot of vague imagery from The Murderer's death. After the 5th nightshift is over, He gets sealed up into the wall. After the 5 long nights towards the end of the movie, Mike Schmidt manages to receive his paycheck, and the Detective collects all his findings and learns the incidents of The first Freddy Fazbear's Pizza location, so both characters win.

Sometime after I came up with this idea, I tried to think of potential plots for the second and third movies as well. One idea I have right now is the Detective being a kind of connective secondary character, who would be present in all 3 movies despite not being the night guard in any of them but wanting to investigate Fazbear Entertainment.

I'm not sure how good that idea of a connective secondary character is, but I thought it would have a bit of potential. What do you think of my FNAF Movie idea if we get one?
GrimmsteinProfessional Digital Artist
Hasn't the movie been canceled? I think I've heard studios throwing it around because nobody really wanted to work on it for sure. 

The plot You've described sounds nice. Can't really say whether or not it follows the canon story 'cause I've lost interest in FNAF about 4-5 years ago and stopped keeping up with it since.
Oh...I see, but I'm glad you liked the idea I had.
Thanks, I'm glad you liked the movie idea I had.

Oh, I see, I lost interest In FNAF Some years ago because of what the fanbase was becoming, but eventually, I had an interest in FNAF Again. Did you watch the intriguing FNAF VHS tapes by Squimpus McGrimpus? Trust me, they're really well-made and feel really scary when you watch them. To me, they're what FNAF Should be recognized as and The first one I recommend is this one that focuses on Foxy:

I like the way Foxy's voice was done, and how it goes from being child-friendly to psychologically scary in a matter of moments. 
The “viewing of this tape is prohibited” line really gave me goosebumps, it made me think of getting those weather alert tests early in the morning those things scare the shit out of me. Another thing I liked about it was how well the FNAF VHS Videos are connected to the lore. For one, the GO GO GO scene is related to the Foxy Go Go Go minigame. When Purple Grape Head is talking, it relates to the thing Foxy was at the end of the minigame...the dead children, which was bone-chilling.

I didn't know what the meaning behind the VHS Tape was at first, but 
here’s my take on it:

The Foxy VHS Video is connected to the Go-Go-Go Go Minigame from FNAF 2 where Foxy does his preshow, & when he goes to visit the 5 children at the birthday table, He's shocked to see that they've been murdered. The imagery during the Go Go Go scene suggests that Bonnie, Chica, and Freddy are starting to be possessed. Foxy stands in the room and stares at the dead children in silence but is shocked and horrified at the same time. The purple guy comes from behind him and attacks Foxy or simply shuts him down, and Foxy becomes possessed as well by child number 4.

The scene with Golden Freddy hanging probably resembles how the 5th Child who possesses golden Freddy got murdered by Purple guy. What do you think of it? I know you've lost interest in FNAF, But you should check out 
Squimpus McGrimpus FNAF VHS Tape videos sometime. I actually like the way he did the lore better than The games did, they're not bad, But I think Squimpus McGrimpus take on it is a lot simpler.
NumenSkogProfessional Digital Artist

thanks for the fav! :hug:

GrimmsteinProfessional Digital Artist
You're welcome dear. That piece had an outstanding level of detail put into it. Couldn't help but to fav it :heart:
NumenSkogProfessional Digital Artist

awwwh bless you