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Tuesday, March 15, 2011

UFO OVER DEVON

3 comments:

Dr Dan Holdsworth said...

Not a bad bit of computer animation, not bad at all. Next time, you need someone out of shot telling the cameraman when to get a bit more shaky from nerves when he zooms in on the craft; you also want a really shaky bit where the camera tilts upwards to try to follow the object (like anyone would in the circumstances), plus a bit of vocal reaction on the tape too.

I'd give it 7 out of 10; bonus points for animating the craft behind the trees, points deducted for a complete lack of acting on the part of the cameraman. Pretty good effort; the next ones will be well worth seeing, and I shall look forward to seeing them; especially if a really good crop circle complete with circlemakers is involved.

Syd said...

And the band played believe it if you like ...
It is said that the camera never lies, but sometimes the owner does ...

Richard Freeman said...

Bob Hieronimus has come out and said that he isthe man in the dog costume. He says a hip injury makes him walk like a dog.