SweatyYeti, does the scaling on the wall in the physical test using the Spiderman figure and thus the camera perspective change in a way that affects the foreshortening of the figure in a way that nullifies the physical recreation of the Poser 7 skeleton?
All you need to do is type between 2-3 letters, and I can type all the letters necessary to define "belief/believe" for you. It's called a dialogue. I've answered plenty of your questions. If you want an answer to another question, whatever it is, wherever it is, you will need to show that you can provide the same I do for you. Very simple. Getting a definition for "belief/believe" involves clicking on the link I have you and typing "yes" or "no."
If for some reason you find that unfair, I welcome you to explain why I should answer the questions of someone who refuses to answer mine.
I agree with wiiawiwb. You'll need a lot better than 'good' to convince anyone who sees countless aspects of the PGf Creature which look real and unlike every Bigfoot suit ever made (and, yes, there have been many).
Countless? My goodness. Is this an encouragement for the people you want to make a recreation attempt or would that be a no? If you could work with something a bit more managable than "countless", it would go a long way into giving the potential suit recreator and idea of the wall that is the Bigfoot believer xspider1. How shall they pass, XS? Can you provide a laundry list of things the recreator needs to recreate before satisfying XS? Please include all of them so the recreator can be sure XS won't go and move the goal posts later. Please tell us exactly where XS' suit recreation goalposts are for future reference. You may want to preface that first by specifying which selection you made on the poll. Thanks.
I thought that since you told us that you and Phil were working on that like a year and a half ago, you would have something to show by now, kit, I never expected it to be good though, sorry.
My goodness. A year and a half? Has it been that long? I think I started my project about a year and a half ago. Is that not fast enough for you, XS, because I'll happily offer you some suggestions how to contribute to making things go as quickly as possible.
I haven't lifted a single finger on the suit recreation portion of the documentary project. I'm currently dealing with finances regarding far, far more important things.
To be specific, when I do get to it, it will be with Dfoot who's travelling crosscountry with his wife now, FX artist John Vulich, and Phil Morris. Can you specify a timeline you'll be happy with, because in return there are a number of proponent projects I would like to know what timeline you are wanting. This is, after all, all about giving Bigfooters what they are asking for.