posted on Jan, 4 2013 @ 01:32 AM
That alien was just trying to change the oil on his spaceship, and these Chinese dudes had to go and bother him. If he was not such a nice alien he
probably would have abducted them, and then subjected them to "experiments." I shudder at the thought.
Of course it is fake, but I disagree that there is anything that is a dead giveaway for CGI. And I also disagree with those who say the shadows are
wrong. The shadows look quite plausible given the position of the sun, and the alien not casting a shadow is simply because of the sun's position, as
well as the shadow cast below the craft's underbelly. So I don't think it is real, but I don't think it is an obvious hoax either.
I could find absolutely nothing that jumped out as CGI, which is unusual for such a highly detailed production, as usually something is overlooked or
cannot be made perfect, but it just goes to show that some people are really good at it. But most of the people like this don't waste their time
creating a UFO hoax video in my opinion. The giveaway for something like this usually comes in the form of discrepancies in the interaction between
the CGI craft and the natural environment, and shadows are relatively easy, therefore they are not something that would trip up someone who is this
good with computer generated objects.
This is all just my opinion of course, as there very well could be something I overlooked. The only thing that seemed quite odd in terms of
environment interaction was the alien itself. There did not seem to be any major pixelation or anything, but I saw a bit of funky stuff as it walked.
Also, I cannot figure out if the capsule that descends has a ramp on the other side or not, as the alien never appears to actually lift its leg and
step the short distance down to the ground. So anyway, I completely agree that this is fake, but I don't think it is an "obvious" fake in terms of
errors giving away the hoax.