posted on Dec, 27 2013 @ 03:41 AM
If I was a betting man I'd put money on that being CG, the movement is unrealistic, too fast and jerky, also the person is very smooth, normally a big
give away. Lastly the gelled hair, for me the biggest proof, as any cg person in here knows there are two bits that are very difficult to reproduce,
one is expressive eyes, most CG humans have shark eyes ie dead. The other thing is hair, even with todays ultra clever rendering engines hair still
proves a hard one, normally a team will focus purely on the hair physics and its interaction with particle systems etc. What they do on cheap
productions is simply use a map of real hair and paste / map it on to the model.
That's why the guy looks like its gelled down and flat.
The quality seen there is what I would expect of a low budget fake with added old look filters and blur to try and hide the cheapness.
EDIT: Just had another look and realised that the 'creature' seems to interact with no one (bar a nigh on impossible to make out hand) and more
importantly does not seem to be either seen by the others or show any awareness of it.
I'm not ruling out the disease because that would very much account for the general look but an exact match. And as are well aware of on here, the
Chinese do like to fake finding of old stuff
edit on 27-12-2013 by Mclaneinc because: (no reason given)