Here is a project worth sharing. These guys are trying to build up enough resources to produce a Silent Hill movie based on the well known story of James and Mary. Make sure you check them out and keep an eye around!!
Which were, in YOUR opinion, the best Silent Hill Revelation moments?
That’s it, Inner Fear now has a section entirely dedicated to Fans! A bigger place where you can share your fan works such as artwork, crafts, cosplay, videos, short films, and anything else you might be interested in sharing! It’s bigger than the old Historical Society section we had here before, that was only based on posts lost in the site’s archives. This time all the works will be available in only one page, working as a wide database.
Now, let’s talk about how to send your works:
It’s very simple. All you need to do is drop us a line with the link of the internet place where your work is. It’s important that it’s already uploaded on the internet because it makes it easier to publish on the website.
It’s also important that your art is based on Silent Hill universe, we are a Silent Hill website so it makes sense that we are looking for things related to it. Always remember that we won’t accept works with mature/nudity/sexual contents, and every submitted work will be checked before publish.
Again, when you have selected the work you’d like to see published on ‘Inner Fear’, you can submitt it through:
and of course, through here, by posting a comment with your work’s link!
Take a look at the new “FAN STATION“!
Don’t forget to send your fan art!
So, lately, in the past few months we’ve been surprised with a line of Silent Hill products, such as high detailed statues from characters and creatures from past games. We’ve seen amazing Pyramid Head replicas along side with Bubble Head nurses statues and, more recently, a Heather Mason figure. However, Iately, I’ve heard more than that, more than just pretty statues. You might already heard about the controversy around ToyMunkey’s delay on shipping and answering to costumers who already paid for their product and keep waiting and waiting for, at least, a confirmation from the store. Right now, people are getting very impatient, and it’s totally understandable. Spending money on a expensive collectible piece of art and not getting a word from the store is really upsetting, and many things are being put in game, such as ToyMunkey’s credibility. It was made public that they had some problems with their server after Comic Con (where the Heather Mason and Robbie’s statues were presented), and that’s why they didn’t communicate with people in the past weeks. They promised that they would do that in the past weekend and again, nothing happened.
I didn’t purchased any of the statues, and I’m actually glad I didn’t, because so far it seems that I’d only lose money. The lack of communication is leading people to madness, I still can’t understand how a business could fail so badly as it is happening right now. No technical problem is excuse for such a delay on shipping and responses to buyers, because they only made people know about those problems, after being questioned, otherwise people would still be on the dark. Honestly I don’t think appologizes and empty promises (a term used by a costumer I’ve read) will solve anything right now. I still hope for the best, I still have faith that things will eventually be solved in good terms, but I also understand people’s rage, and complaints/claims were very well deserved over ToyMunkey business process, which is, at least unacceptable, so far. When you’re in a business where other people, unaware people, are involved, it is expected that you can keep things flowing through a good organization, not to refer transparency.
Right now, I don’t know what ToyMunkey is planning to do next, but their reputation wen’t down the toilet, and it was all their fault. Right now their are starting to being known as scammers, which is awfull for business, but again that’s something they should be aware of before probably taking a step bigger than their leggs. They might be selling beautifull statues and stuff, but again, pretty images (yes, just images because no one is actually getting their products) aren’t enough to make a business go ahead.
I’m not actually judging their business, because I’m not able to do such a thing and I see that problems happen when we least expect them. However, they should always have a plan B or C. I hope they solve whatever is wrong, and costumers get their products soon enough.
If you’re in this situation, If you bought on ToyMunkey and you’re still on the limbo, share you case here with us.
I guess I never had the chance to share with you one of the projects I’ve worked on a few years ago. It was probably one of the projects I most enjoyed doing. Some years ago I’ve worked on a Silent Hill RPG on Second Life. In case you don’t know, Second Life is a “3D world where everyone you see is a real person and every place you visit is built by people just like you.”
The RPG was called “Restless Dreams”, and it took place on the South Vale of Silent Hill, the location from SH2 and 3. The whole area was recreated on the 3D environment, and I had the pleasure to contribute by building some well-known landmarks such as “Heaven’s Night”, “Brookhaven Hospital”, “Pete’s Bowl-O-Rama”, “The Observation Deck”, “The Toluca Prison” and finally, but not least, the “Wood Side Apartments”. This was a huge joy, all these locations were intended to be exact replicas, so players could build their own stories on real Silent Hill Town. It was really nice, it had even more landmarks, such as The Curch, Office buildings, Rosewater Park, Jack’s Inn and the Silent Hill Historical Society itself. Everything in one place.
Unfortunately, I no longer have images of the contructions, at least not in the computer I’m using right now. Instead I have the official site of the RPG, which was also designed by me. I’ll try to find new images from the buildings and the whole area, in case you’re interesting in knowing more about it.
Here is the main website, where you can actually see some pictures of the place
Right now, the place doesn’t exist anymore, it was built around 2010