Snowflake Shannon Margaret Campbell / CreepShow Art - Two-faced dramawhore, untalented artist, helped stalk her husband's ex online for 8 years

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Yes.
That aside, I am far more interested in her trying to play 4D chess on lolcow.farm. That was quite entertaining. The most entertaining part about this entire shitshow really. Everything else is actually somewhat depressing IMO.

The Hopeless Peaches shit was super annoying and convoluted because everyone involved was a retard.

Unfortunately, I don't know how much milk Shannon can provide anymore since she's been chased off the internet.
given her personality trait thus far and her need to have the last word...
i doubt she'll be off the internet for long
she will return under different aliases or using different platforms, e.g. tiktok most likely.


but from the video where Emily claimed Shannon has photobucket accounts made with compromising pictures of Emily as a minor to taunt her with...

couldnt Emily of reported it to the FBI since thats technically tantamount to child porn.

which could get both Shannon and her husband be registered sex offenders and more.


SEX OFFENDERS ARC LETS GO!
 

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given her personality trait thus far and her need to have the last word...
i doubt she'll be off the internet for long
she will return under different aliases or using different platforms, e.g. tiktok most likely.


but from the video where Emily claimed Shannon has photobucket accounts made with compromising pictures of Emily as a minor to taunt her with...

couldnt Emily of reported it to the FBI since thats technically tantamount to child porn.

which could get both Shannon and her husband be registered sex offenders and more.


SEX OFFENDERS ARC LETS GO!
I am so ready for that.

Regarding Shannon on Tiktok, I would love to see it and watch her fail.

She could pull a Sam Pepper and embrace being a cunt but I don't think she has enough self-awareness for that. She really is just another art commentary channel with an inflated sense of moral superiority.
 

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I'm watching Cecil Mcfly's new video on Creepshow art and after glancing at this thread, I've come to hate the sound of most of these artists. There's something about the way some of them are clearly teenagers acting smug over calling out transphobes or being a fake ally or whatever, but I swear you can hear the BPD in some of their voices.
 

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I'm watching Cecil Mcfly's new video on Creepshow art and after glancing at this thread, I've come to hate the sound of most of these artists. There's something about the way some of them are clearly teenagers acting smug over calling out transphobes or being a fake ally or whatever, but I swear you can hear the BPD in some of their voices.
Interesting because they like to put their mental health on full display on Twitter. But yeah, I agree.

I'm listening to it right now but had to skip some of the clips from the artist because of the self-righteous moral superiority in their voices and points.

These people make a living out of smelling their own farts.
 

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Interesting because they like to put their mental health on full display on Twitter. But yeah, I agree.

I'm listening to it right now but had to skip some of the clips from the artist because of the self-righteous moral superiority in their voices and points.

These people make a living out of smelling their own farts.
100% agreed.

Every single one of these people is an insufferable retard with a moral superiority complex.

People are giving that chick Omnia a pass because she was abused by Kai, but she was still an absolute cunt whining about racism.
 

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Every single one of these people is an insufferable retard with a moral superiority complex.
The Tobi clip where she cried about her dog and then accused someone of pedophilia in the same breath will never not be hilarious to me. It's a prime example of an insufferable retard with a moral superiority complex, pulling a move that blew up in her face.
People are giving that chick Omnia a pass because she was abused by Kai, but she was still an absolute cunt whining about racism.
Which reminds me of this I saw on Cecil's channel.
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Pretty biased there, eh?

It strikes me as weirdly self-defeating to be shilling for Omnia while also simping for Kiwi Farms, the same website people like Omnia would have Cecil burned alive like a witch for.

Granted, it was four months ago so maybe Cecil changed. Even if Cecil was super quick to pick Omnia's side and shill for her in her video.

But yeah Omnia and Kai are both cunts and I wouldn't be surprised if they both turned out to be extremely destructive towards each other and the relationship ended due to everyone involved appearing unbelievably trigger happy and dare I say mentally unstable.
 
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I'm watching Cecil Mcfly's new video on Creepshow art and after glancing at this thread, I've come to hate the sound of most of these artists. There's something about the way some of them are clearly teenagers acting smug over calling out transphobes or being a fake ally or whatever, but I swear you can hear the BPD in some of their voices.
Ironic because the entire art commentary community loves to hide behind BPD and depression for sociopathic clout chasing, but the second anyone else does it they get mad because "mental illnesses aren't an excuse REEEEEEE" lmao.

Also, a lot of commenters seem to agree that Kai and Omnia are both insufferable. If I ever hear the word "analogy" again it'll probably give me an aneurysm.
 
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Ironic because the entire art commentary community loves to hide behind BPD and depression for sociopathic clout chasing, but the second anyone else does it they get mad because "mental illnesses aren't an excuse REEEEEEE" lmao.

Also, a lot of commenters seem to agree that Kai and Omnia are both insufferable. If I ever hear the word "analogy" again it'll probably give me an aneurysm.

A lot of art-people are like this IRL too. I once made a social experiment and joined a liberal arts class at a community college for a year. My original project was to find incels IRL and study their behaviour, and possibly gain data and even be able to befreind and make them talk freely to me about their opinions, but somehow the art-people really caught my attention.

There where about 10 people in the class, and i included some of the photography and drama-students i came in contact with, and i included the teachers, because several times a week , a new established artist came to teach or make a project with the class, to make it as varied as possible. So i had quite a large test group.

I always took notes on their behaviour. I had many theses, and one of them was that. "the less talent the artist have, the more socially and mentally dysfunctional they where". This turned out to be true, and it was esp. true for the teachers. The most put together one was this normal lady, who was an architect, there to teach perspective, and at the other end of the spectrum there was this antifa, coke-head psycho who bragged about being willing to murder, (and she even sent me death-threats out of nowhere) whose art was mostly making clay vaginas and political sperging.

And in all cases, 73 in total, only a handful, where people i could consider, just normal, functional people. The vast majority where different degrees of spiteful, immature, jealous, backstabbing, dramahungry and psychotic. Another interesting pattern was that the bad behaviour was not pararell to their age or class, but almost always what level of talent.

They would constantly brag about their BPD, gender dysphoria and anxiety, as well as always use these to shield themselves for being called out on their behaviour. And the calling out and cattyness, no joke, started the first day. And it got worse, all the time. One of the most interesting phenomena was how common it was for them to sabotage each others artwork. every other day, someones artwork was destroyed or stolen mysteriously when nobody was there, and i think that in many cases they actually destroy their own stuff in order to start drama or get sympathy.

They where constantly shit-talking each other over basicly nothing, and always gave everyone the least favorable interpertation of everything they said and did, in order to get a chance to call someone out. They craved drama like it was water. And most of these people where 24-35. The youngest where 18,19. But the majority where full-blown adults.

At the beginning of the project i was expecting them to form groups or alliances in their drama, but these always fell apart quickly, because they always needed someone new to target.

After this yt-drama, i feel like i would like to pick up this project again
 

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A lot of art-people are like this IRL too. I once made a social experiment and joined a liberal arts class at a community college for a year. My original project was to find incels IRL and study their behaviour, and possibly gain data and even be able to befreind and make them talk freely to me about their opinions, but somehow the art-people really caught my attention.

There where about 10 people in the class, and i included some of the photography and drama-students i came in contact with, and i included the teachers, because several times a week , a new established artist came to teach or make a project with the class, to make it as varied as possible. So i had quite a large test group.

I always took notes on their behaviour. I had many theses, and one of them was that. "the less talent the artist have, the more socially and mentally dysfunctional they where". This turned out to be true, and it was esp. true for the teachers. The most put together one was this normal lady, who was an architect, there to teach perspective, and at the other end of the spectrum there was this antifa, coke-head psycho who bragged about being willing to murder, (and she even sent me death-threats out of nowhere) whose art was mostly making clay vaginas and political sperging.

And in all cases, 73 in total, only a handful, where people i could consider, just normal, functional people. The vast majority where different degrees of spiteful, immature, jealous, backstabbing, dramahungry and psychotic. Another interesting pattern was that the bad behaviour was not pararell to their age or class, but almost always what level of talent.

They would constantly brag about their BPD, gender dysphoria and anxiety, as well as always use these to shield themselves for being called out on their behaviour. And the calling out and cattyness, no joke, started the first day. And it got worse, all the time. One of the most interesting phenomena was how common it was for them to sabotage each others artwork. every other day, someones artwork was destroyed or stolen mysteriously when nobody was there, and i think that in many cases they actually destroy their own stuff in order to start drama or get sympathy.

They where constantly shit-talking each other over basicly nothing, and always gave everyone the least favorable interpertation of everything they said and did, in order to get a chance to call someone out. They craved drama like it was water. And most of these people where 24-35. The youngest where 18,19. But the majority where full-blown adults.

At the beginning of the project i was expecting them to form groups or alliances in their drama, but these always fell apart quickly, because they always needed someone new to target.

After this yt-drama, i feel like i would like to pick up this project again
Heavily depends on area imo. The more liberal and large the group, the more catty. Esp if there's a lot of women (saying this as one)

I won't pretend I don't love drama, otherwise I wouldn't be here to laugh at cows, but for the most part, my art classes were pretty sane.
The worst thing I personally feel was that people with little talent were coddled, nobody had the heart to be completely honest and say it sucked, even when they mentioned wanting to get a job as an artist.

Mild PL: There was this one girl in a class of mine, she was commissioned to do an abstract art piece. (For those unaware, think Pollock, some have an actual scene or creature but mostly it's about getting a feeling or being visually interesting with random lines and strokes) they *specifically asked* for neutral colors, or cool colors, even telling her what colors would work best for their office.
She painted a fucking SELF PORTRAIT with neon green and purple fleur de leis (midevil flower or leaf pattern) as the god damn background, with bright red streaks in the hair and neon blue eyes. She was butthurt they didn't buy it after "putting so much time and effort into it".
I'm incredibly serious about my work, and I expect other majors to be, too. So I said "you did the polar opposite of what they asked, made a garish piece that didn't fit any of their requests, and expected them to not only praise it, but buy it? You need thicker skin or to find a different major." Harsh, but it's true. The art world is incredibly cut throat, criticism can really hurt or just be insulting, being butthurt when they didn't even insult it? LOL

I got a loooooot of dirty looks for what I said, but I took after the second art teacher. The one in this class was a huge hippy that believed anything was art. Sweet as can be and good for finding yourself, but not great at criticism. Still, he agreed with me. Girl left before the next semester.
Still, average artist there wasn't delusional, and not every one had talent. Some went to further understand different mediums or styles, while others were more into the restoration aspect, where all you need to do is color match and patch parts of an old painting like a paint by number (though it helps to be a good artist, not required)
It's a weird world that's broken into many, many parts. To claim every single one from one school is a representative of all is not a good controlled study unless it was specifically for that school. It's also important to go in with no biases or expectations, otherwise it heavily impacts your research because you see what you *want* to see, and ignore the rest. I.e; "What is the average person like in major A" vs "incels/crazies in class A". You also should have at least 4 other people doing the same observations, and another 4 not interacting to review your data. This isn't an insult, any statistics group could tell you it was flawed with bias from the start.

Tl;Dr- art sperg spergging about art.
 
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I got a loooooot of dirty looks for what I said, but I took after the second art teacher. The one in this class was a huge hippy that believed anything was art. Sweet as can be and good for finding yourself, but not great at criticism. Still, he agreed with me. Girl left before the next semester.
Still, average artist there wasn't delusional, and not every one had talent. Some went to further understand different mediums or styles, while others were more into the restoration aspect, where all you need to do is color match and patch parts of an old painting like a paint by number (though it helps to be a good artist, not required)
I think it was the right thing to say, id argue that it is the helpgul and nice thing to do, to be honest.
To claim every single one from one school is a representative of all is not a good controlled study unless it was specifically for that school. It's also important to go in with no biases or expectations, otherwise it heavily impacts your research because you see what you *want* to see, and ignore the rest. I.e; "What is the average person like in major A" vs "incels/crazies in class A". You also should have at least 4 other people doing the same observations, and another 4 not interacting to review your data. This isn't an insult, any statistics group could tell you it was flawed with bias from the start
Nah, it was not statistics, i went in to another class with the sole purpose of finding an incel or two and make a case-study. When i found an interest in the art-group though, i had to make some excel- sheets, because the strange behaviour was the interactions all the indviduals had as a group, and i started comparing them to each other and look for patterns.

Id like to gather enough observations and data to get some statistics though, i think they where interesting enough to countinue looking at.
 

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I think it was the right thing to say, id argue that it is the helpgul and nice thing to do, to be honest.

Nah, it was not statistics, i went in to another class with the sole purpose of finding an incel or two and make a case-study. When i found an interest in the art-group though, i had to make some excel- sheets, because the strange behaviour was the interactions all the indviduals had as a group, and i started comparing them to each other and look for patterns.

Id like to gather enough observations and data to get some statistics though, i think they where interesting enough to countinue looking at.
My bad, sorry for the assumptions then, lol.
It would be a genuinely interesting thing to look at. You could probably choose a type of genre and medium and check online forums about it as well.
Mental illness has always been hailed as the "tragic harbinger" of creativity, so it's only fitting a decent amount will tout being crazy as a good thing.
 

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A lot of art-people are like this IRL too. I once made a social experiment and joined a liberal arts class at a community college for a year. My original project was to find incels IRL and study their behaviour, and possibly gain data and even be able to befreind and make them talk freely to me about their opinions, but somehow the art-people really caught my attention.

There where about 10 people in the class, and i included some of the photography and drama-students i came in contact with, and i included the teachers, because several times a week , a new established artist came to teach or make a project with the class, to make it as varied as possible. So i had quite a large test group.

I always took notes on their behaviour. I had many theses, and one of them was that. "the less talent the artist have, the more socially and mentally dysfunctional they where". This turned out to be true, and it was esp. true for the teachers. The most put together one was this normal lady, who was an architect, there to teach perspective, and at the other end of the spectrum there was this antifa, coke-head psycho who bragged about being willing to murder, (and she even sent me death-threats out of nowhere) whose art was mostly making clay vaginas and political sperging.

And in all cases, 73 in total, only a handful, where people i could consider, just normal, functional people. The vast majority where different degrees of spiteful, immature, jealous, backstabbing, dramahungry and psychotic. Another interesting pattern was that the bad behaviour was not pararell to their age or class, but almost always what level of talent.

They would constantly brag about their BPD, gender dysphoria and anxiety, as well as always use these to shield themselves for being called out on their behaviour. And the calling out and cattyness, no joke, started the first day. And it got worse, all the time. One of the most interesting phenomena was how common it was for them to sabotage each others artwork. every other day, someones artwork was destroyed or stolen mysteriously when nobody was there, and i think that in many cases they actually destroy their own stuff in order to start drama or get sympathy.

They where constantly shit-talking each other over basicly nothing, and always gave everyone the least favorable interpertation of everything they said and did, in order to get a chance to call someone out. They craved drama like it was water. And most of these people where 24-35. The youngest where 18,19. But the majority where full-blown adults.

At the beginning of the project i was expecting them to form groups or alliances in their drama, but these always fell apart quickly, because they always needed someone new to target.

After this yt-drama, i feel like i would like to pick up this project again
I don't believe you for a second, and I think you're full of shit. Just admit you joined an art class... People do all the time. You don't need to peacock all this other nonsense about how you had this crazy "theses" and were totally there ironically guise, come on. Why do people do this in threads. You're not a big bad incel hunter or scientist, you're just trying to feel as superior as these youtube artists want to feel by the sound of it. Just self reflect a bit on what you post.
 

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idk what kind of bullshit are you people on, every art class i was in was full of overworked neurotic young people who were otherwise fairly normal. yeah there was probably one or two exceptional individuals, there are in any group, but majority was interested in passing their classes and getting enough side-gigs to fund their education. thinking back on my whole education experience, all of the biggest drama came from the bureaucracy and policy changes, not from any student in-fighting. we had one delusional professor who kept talking about auras and zodiac and other new-age bullshit, but she was widely mocked among students (and was actually a decent artist, bullshit aside).

but from my experience, online artists and online art spaces are a far-cry from any real life artists. my former peers, some are actual artists/sculptors who sell pieces and hold exhibitions, many have gotten various art-adjacent jobs, from graphic design, marketing, photography, video editing to tattoo artists, calligraphers and muralists. they're all normal people with limited online presence who perhaps do self-promotion on social media and that's it.

you won't be finding these youtube/deviantart/tumblr "artists" in any meatspace art spaces, sorry to tell you that. perhaps at anime clubs?
 

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As someone who was part of a anime/manga club in high school I can guarantee they aren't there either. My theory is that these people are either homeschooled or sit alone in god fucking knows where inside the school grounds
 

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idk what kind of bullshit are you people on, every art class i was in was full of overworked neurotic young people who were otherwise fairly normal. yeah there was probably one or two exceptional individuals, there are in any group, but majority was interested in passing their classes and getting enough side-gigs to fund their education. thinking back on my whole education experience, all of the biggest drama came from the bureaucracy and policy changes, not from any student in-fighting. we had one delusional professor who kept talking about auras and zodiac and other new-age bullshit, but she was widely mocked among students (and was actually a decent artist, bullshit aside).

but from my experience, online artists and online art spaces are a far-cry from any real life artists. my former peers, some are actual artists/sculptors who sell pieces and hold exhibitions, many have gotten various art-adjacent jobs, from graphic design, marketing, photography, video editing to tattoo artists, calligraphers and muralists. they're all normal people with limited online presence who perhaps do self-promotion on social media and that's it.

you won't be finding these youtube/deviantart/tumblr "artists" in any meatspace art spaces, sorry to tell you that. perhaps at anime clubs?
I feel like it depends on the parity of the school. An art university will be full of the neurotic and sweaty tryhards. But a more affordable university will have more people who are just taking an art class for a beer money grant.

Both and even the irritable socmed people are cool*, people like Shannon are enabled by the environment but not caused by it. *cool in the sense that while they will unabashedly hate and try to cancel others, no publicity is bad publicity, and also sometimes they are critically right about something wrong with your art. I appreciate it even when they are having an episode over how pet ownership is literally the holocaust.