You mean this one? (stolen from WY-Bulletin)YAAAAAS
Thats the one. We were rolling laughing at this, i can't believe that suit was in front of a camera. Let alone published in the making of book.
It's obvious that it was meant to give actors something to act against and for motion capture.
That's why it's not a "film grade" suit.
Otherwise it would have just been a tennis ball on a stick.
Because its lazy. It showd just how little care went into the suit. The only thing that isn't "film grade" is that mile wide seam. It honestly seems like it would be more of a pain in the ass to digitally paint over it.
I just feel like they could have done more work in camera, like yeah digital painting and 3dprinting props is the rage right now, but i can't help but feel that this suit could have benefitted from being ran in silicone and all the possibilities that change would afford.