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I don't see any muscle movement anywhere except in the eye socket, meaning, some muscle movement around the socket should be detectable when blinking. This looks like a costume, not a real Bigfoot, or anything else Living. IMO.  Standing has a running history of probable Fake Bigfoots on Video, so this is just another attempt. IMO.

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Looks like a mask or prop head with an eyeblink mechanism. Not hard to build mechanically. I've made quite a few myself over the years. No CGI likely. Mechanical is easier.

 

Hairwork isn't bad. Some skilled effort went into that.

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PBeaton

Drew,

 

When we blink, it is with the eye lid. If we're to involve the eye brow(as seen here) we also involve the cheek. My 2 cents...hoax.

 

Pat...

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SweatyYeti

  Standing has a running history of probable Fake Bigfoots on Video, so this is just another attempt. IMO.

 

 

This is definitely a fake. It's laughable how stiff the subject is...and the eyebrow movement looks mechanical.

 

I think this may be Todd's last stand... ;)

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Wheellug

Went to a few web sites and found this one, http://animalmakers.com/Catalog/gorillas.php, suit 5757,  the blinking on that site is to me, very mechanical as both up and lower lids move like a pincer. 

 

http://diply.com/different-solutions/20-useless-facts-you-didnt-know-but-need-know/31941  #3, spontaneous blinking pattern.. its the upper lid that's doing the work for people. 

 

 

So.. on the Standings image, its primarily the Upper lid.. which actually is very realistic. 

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Looks like a mask or prop head with an eyeblink mechanism. Not hard to build mechanically. I've made quite a few myself over the years. No CGI likely. Mechanical is easier.

 

Hairwork isn't bad. Some skilled effort went into that.

 

Thanks.

I thought you would be able to give an opinion on that.

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MarkGlasgow

I do love Todd's puppet collection.

It's rumoured that for his next photoshoot he's employing the assistance of some old teddy bears and also an old 'Oscar the Grouch' prop that he bought of eBay.

I'm told that old Oscar can wink and blink with the best of them!

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roguefooter

I noticed on both of the creatures that they both have fixed motionless eyes that only look straight ahead. It's only when the camera is directly in front of them does it look like they're staring at the camera. When they're filmed at other angles they're never looking at the camera.

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