So, if most people are killed by 173 because they blink rather than looking away from it, why don't they just do it one eyelid at a time?
There's something inside.
From inside comes a ticking noise.
There is no object. There is an object. It has to be destroyed, when the countdown stops. We are doing great work. We have to be stopped.
Does anyone know which came first, SCP 173 or the Weeping Angels in Doctor Who?
I don't want to start a flame war, nor do I personally care, but I was about to post a link in my Facebook minecraft chat to that Minecraft mod with the 173 skin and I foresee some of the DW fans in the group starting an argument over it.
The Weeping Angels date from 2007, but apparently the SCP files were floating around on ED and /x/ long before the wiki was started for them in 2008. I am really hoping that 173 predates the Weeping Angels or I'll have a shitstorm to deal with.
Fuck, I accidentally deleted the SCP base I was making in singleplayer. Shit took about a week to make so far.
Ok... I'm submitting this heavily work-in-progress animation for "peer review."
That is to say, I'm going to leave it here and watch scathing criticism pile up.
Inspired by Endermen and the 173 video and some other things; please read the description if you would be so kind. C&C is appreciated and keep in mind that I'm a beginner with Flash animation. Right now it's about a new item acquired by the Foundation and they're doing initial testing to find out its danger level by throwing a D-class in there to interact with it and it basically melts his mind/telepathically communicates with him/sends him to a different planet or something, I haven't entirely decided.
Point out plot holes and I'll fill them in.
Also, I'm aware of the fact that the keyboard sounds don't sync with the appearance of each letter in the beginning, but it's the best I could do with pre-recorded sounds.
Unknown danger SCPs are automatically designated Euclid.
Unless you know that an SCP will kill at every given opportunity, you can't call it Keter.
Someone should make an SCP based on this:
If I'm ever a restaurant proprietor I'm going to have a menu item called "Montauk Mystery"
It'll look disgusting but it'll taste fucking delicious.
Also, you know how some small restaurants have specialty burgers that are huge and/or immensely fatty? I'll have one and just label it "SCP-807". (though technically it's the plate, not the food, that does it.)
That image would be good for an SCP that lives in a song.
I had an idea for a short comedy film for my film studies class about an idiot who works at the facility and finds this "neat looking sphere thingy" on the side of the road and thinks it's a new SCP and does all these tests and shit on it.
At the end it'll turn out it really is one, and it's incredibly lame, or something along those lines.
Maybe it'll suddenly explode and kill him, who knows?
The idea came from this plastic ball I found:
I'm writing up the first draft of the script.
The film is very possible for me to do, resource wise anyway.
My dad works at the NIH, most of the interior, unsurprisingly, looks very sterile and medical, alot of long empty hallways with equal rows of numbered doors. Pretty much how I image the SCP facility to look.
I'm pretty sure we could be allowed in parts of there for filming since what I have so far only calls for a handful of shots in that setting.
Costumes won't be a big deal, lab coats and custom SCP patches, not hard to get a hold of if you know where to go.
I don't need to include Dr.Bright or any "famous" staff members, so no worries of picking the wrong actor/voice/whatever for anything.
I'm learning how to use Adobe After Effects ad a number of other special effects programs, if I combine them with my limited (but growing) knowledge of 3d modeling and animation, 682 could make a breif cameo.
And best of all I got up until June of next year to have this done.
Seeing that the SCP is utterly useless, he tosses it in with 682, expecting it to be destroyed. Just as he turns to leave, he turns back for his car-keys, and sees a pile of ash where 682 used to be.
"Normally if one of these goes more than 10 years without a single result, we throw it in with 682 and hope that it'll explode upon consumption. We've stopped doing that ever since the uh... Dr.You-Know-Who incident... *looks away from camera and says in a very horrified voice* I can still hear the sound... Oh god the vomiting... It never stopped... *immediately composes self and talks in a regular voice* Alright well, moving on then."
This commercial kinda reminds me of the SCP Foundation.
If you could get a picture of those three restrained with the boxes still on their head it'd be great.
I changed my mind- I'd rather see the "God" SCP have a joint meeting with Cain and Abel.
Quoting my post from the menacing beeping bush thread because it fits this thread.
I'll ████ you in your [REDACTED]
[DATA EXPUNGED] me, baby.