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I haven't seen this talked about on here yet, and it's not totally new to me, but this example is. I'm not sure people understand just how difficult it would be to create a suit even today that shows the muscles moving with grip and tension. This does not look like a suit, but actually skin. Here's an image that show's what I'm talking about. Let me know what you think...

 

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Cheers!

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7 minutes ago, Whistler said:

I haven't seen this talked about on here yet, and it's not totally new to me, but this example is. I'm not sure people understand just how difficult it would be to create a suit even today that shows the muscles moving with grip and tension. This does not look like a suit, but actually skin. Here's an image that show's what I'm talking about...

 


<a href="http://s1178.photobucket.com/user/127007/media/greenarrow2.gif.html" target="_blank"><img src="http://i1178.photobucket.com/albums/x379/127007/greenarrow2.gif" border="0" alt=" photo greenarrow2.gif"></a>

 

 

Hi Whistler. Couldn't open your link sorry to say. If the image is on your computer, or you can copy it onto your computer and place it into your Pictures folder, then afterwards, in the BFF "Reply" box, just click on "choose files" Open your pictures folder. Find the image and hit "Open". It will bring the photo to the reply box. Click where you want it placed in the text and then hit the "+" to upload it. It should then be viewable when you click on the "Submit" button  :) 

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Posted (edited)

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You should be able to view it now.. :) 

 

FYI- this is what a professional ape-suit looked like in 1966, the year before the PG footage was filmed..

 

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Gotta admit, W, night and day LOL. By the way the pec muscle in your first post is pretty cool huh? Oh and then there is toe flex, facial movement, defined calf muscles, individual opposing movement in the two halves of the buttocks, A foot that shows the toes being long on top with just the toe pads on the bottom like ours, and during the look-back the right thigh ripples when the foot is stomped down. There's more but this list should be adequate for now. Oh yes....then there's my favorite...shoulder span a full 14" wider than a normal male Human with arms that hand and swing naturally.

 

The research on this film is extensive and the results of that research very convincing that Patty is a real creature. There isn't a suit maker in the last 100 years that has even come close to duplicating all of the mentioned features into one suit no matter how good and professional they are. Never mind two cowboys. Keep up the good work, there, bud and see you around the Forum. 

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Thanks for sharing . I saw this several years ago on John Greene's web site. 

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4 minutes ago, Patterson-Gimlin said:

I saw this several years ago on John Greene's web site.

 

Then you were way ahead of me, PG. BTW, if you saw a notice I posted on the GF then you know that John Green's website is no longer?

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I saw that. Thanks. 

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If you saw, and didn't mention it, you must not think it is significant. Why?

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I thought it was interesting. Another great aspect about the film .   I have no idea how it was accomplished . 

I am more impressed with the muscles and especially in the calf and the thigh injury or artifact. 

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It's been used here often enough over the years as well. I'm of the opinion we're lookin' at a animals tissue movin', skeptics claimed that was part of shoulder pads.

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I've always been impressed with how the tissue above the hip moves in unison with the tissue lower down on upper thigh.

 

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Thanks PBeaton!! You hit the Patty on the head :D That's exactly what I was trying to reignite (as old is this film is), but I still think there's still sooo much to be derived from it.. :ph34r:

 

Cheers!

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13 hours ago, PBeaton said:

It's been used here often enough over the years as well. I'm of the opinion we're lookin' at a animals tissue movin', skeptics claimed that was part of shoulder pads.

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I've always been impressed with how the tissue above the hip moves in unison with the tissue lower down on upper thigh.

 

Pat...

I can see why someone could say that, however I think it would take  a  better effort than shoulder pads . I played football back in the day and as I recall they were stable and did not flex like that .

In  fact they covered my muscles that would have flexed like that without them. 

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Whistler, 

 

Oh this film fascinates me to no end

 

Patterson-Gimlin,

 

I agree, shoulder pads, not ! An of course you did...haha...I can just see the poor traumatized kids havin' ta line up against ya...haha ! Reminded me of the remake for Longest Yard  ! :o;);) 

 
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There was some pretty big kids on my team  and the ones I played .Just not as tall as me 

 

 

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I blocked a kid roughly your size. But he wasnt very good. Coach made him do pushups alot. And one time he got so mad at him that he lined him up on the 10 and the rest of us on the goal line. He told us that if any of us could tackle him by the other goal line that we didnt have to condition for the rest of the week. Like ravenous wolves we lined up and the coach blew the whistle...... not one of us caught him! Not even the backs and recievers! 

 

It was actually sad. The monster of a kid had the size and strength to go all the way. His brain held him back. He did the bare minmum to stay on the team. Which made him my blocking dummy...... Hard to move for sure. I wouldnt sustain my block and drive.... I couldnt. I had to hit him with everything I had, let him retreat, gain some distance and I would hit him again and again. He was basically mentally running from the collision I was dishing out. If he had ever decided to be the bat instead of the ball? I would have been in trouble. I was 6’3 and around 260. He was around 6’11 and 375? Giant thighs and thats what we called him.....thighs. His last name was Theiss.

 

I met Kevin Gogan while he was playing for the Oakland Raiders, and thighs was close. Maybe not as refined but I have no doubt if he had spent his due diligence in the gym and practice field......he would have been right there.

 

I loved hitting and I loved the game. I bet PG was a monster!

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