I'm no expert either; The primary thing that seems troublesome with the video is that the person taking the video doesn't follow the "ufo"
upward when it moves out of frame, or continue filming in hope of catching it again.
This is a CGI made in response to another (lame) CGI: Lotharartist, an italian CGI artist, simply responded to another video in order to show to its
LAME author how many mistakes he made and how much he had to learn. Lesson learned? I dont know.
LotharArtist's channel: this is the guy who made the video in the OP in order to show to that lamer that with CGI you can do much better
The author of this video is LotharArtist, i can try to invite him here, but let me say that the purpose of the video of the op was to show to some guy
how much LAME he was.
Thanks for sharing.
About the CGI UFO Cosne-Sur-Loire - Numero 6 - Partizan Labs
Its a good CG but the artist should pay attention a little more about the shadow. The shadow is a little out of place in the video because of the
When the craft goes behind the wing look at the far engine and the space between the wing and the front of the engine. You see the sky there and
should see the craft when it dips below the wing. You don't see it but then it suddenly comes out underneath it.
Just another visual clue on that.
Guess I should've clicked on blackcube's link before I posted.
Thanks Internos I think I speak for everyone else when I say, if you're going to debunk someone give a reason why and maybe some evidence to support
or prove the debunk. Simply stating fake is a waste of time. Thank you for actually debunking instead of just nay saying.
Unless this plane is flying on the very edge of our atmosphere, I'm going to say it is fake.
When the ufo flys upward you see the sky at the bottom 2/3 is blue but the very top is black, as if it was space.
Besides that. I want to know what type of plane that is. The engeine is sticking out way to much in front to wing. I have fueled every private jet and
alot of commercial jets and I have never seen anything like that.
The engines almost looked as if they were put on backwards.
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