posted on Jun, 27 2010 @ 02:43 PM
Originally posted by LittleSecret
reply to post by LiveForever8
Its freaken 3D, even I could make that character in 3D max, you guys can download the pirated version from Shareminer.
ZZZ This is exactly why I never come to UFO threads, because I'm always disappointed.
[edit on 27-6-2010 by LittleSecret]
Then I have a proposition for you. Do one just like that post it here with the breakdown of the sequence to show how capable you are and prove it for
once and for all.
Not saying that it can't be 3D, it could in fact be. But if it is, it wasn't made a hobbyist and the compositing was handled by a professional or
someone with a pretty good professional experience. Even though if fake the animation was bad
Integrating CG characters behind glass that have the reflection of a light source ain't that easy, specially when you have a noise pattern in the
blacks and midtones like in this video which seem undisturbed.
Something that any sloppy compositing would make pretty evident in this case due to the lighting condition.
With that said I will I must say I'll stay over the fence on this one. Even though the movement of the character seems suspicious and the lack of
context and duration of the video don't help to sell it I don't see any clear signs of "digital touch up" at this resolution in a player which
isn't frame accurate as the one from YouTube. But the fact that the allegedly alien becomes fully transparent at points is somehow intriguing since
it kind of dismisses the possibility of a guy in a suit.
But I really don't understand why people that film these things always post the minimum length possible at the worst possible quality in YouTube with
it's crappy encoding and player. If there is nothing to fear they should try to post those in Vimeo.com and give access to the source file download.
That way anyone would be able to download the original file and to check things up.
If anyone here has a YouTube account (I don't otherwise I would) they should suggest the poster of that video in YouTube to post it in Vimeo and
allow the source file download.
[edit on 27-6-2010 by thomas_]