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6th Feb '16 12:12:47 AM Sammettik
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** A more straighter example: The Human Torch's flames have a problem of appearing and disappearing at any given moment whenever he's ''supposed'' to be on fire.

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** A more straighter example: The Human Torch's flames have a problem of appearing and disappearing at any given moment whenever he's ''supposed'' to be on fire.
3rd Feb '16 3:36:54 PM philipnova798
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Whether it's different effects methods looking nothing like each other; bizarre animation or rendering errors; or abuse of footage from other movies, not even live action movies are immune to instances to OffModel.
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3rd Feb '16 3:36:37 PM philipnova798
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* The Thing in the 2015 [[Film/FantasticFour2015 Fantastic Four]] film has a different looking facial construction in nearly every scene. It remains uncertain if this was supposed to be a stylistic choice or not.

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* The Thing in the 2015 [[Film/FantasticFour2015 ''[[Film/FantasticFour2015 Fantastic Four]] Four]]'' film has a different looking facial construction in nearly every scene. It remains uncertain if this was supposed to be a stylistic choice or not.
3rd Feb '16 3:36:20 PM philipnova798
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Whether it's different effects methods looking nothing like each other; bizarre animation or rendering errors; or abuse of footage from other movies, not even live action movies are immune to instances to OffModel.
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*** Also from ''Dark of the Moon'', Soundwave's voice can be heard, and seen, coming out of Barricade when they execute Que. Whether or not this was intentional, or just an animator not paying attention remains unclear.

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*** Also from ''Dark of the Moon'', Soundwave's voice can be heard, and seen, coming out of Barricade when they execute Que. during Que's execution. Whether or not this was intentional, or just an animator not paying attention remains unclear.unclear.
*** Sentinel Prime's cape briefly disappears during his fight with the Autobots at the end of the film.



* Happens in ''Film/TheBlackScorpion'' whenever there's a close up on the eponymous monster's face. It looks nothing like the stop-motion version [[Film/KingKong1933 Willis O'Brien]] animated.
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AWo_9CKbSXE The Ed Wood film One Million AC/DC]]. Ignoring the fact that this '''''is''''' a porno, the ([[{{Narm}} Laughably]] [[SpecialEffectsFailure fake]]) puppet T-Rex featured in close-ups looks nothing like the [[OffTheShelfFX toy T-Rex]] used in the far shots. "Tragedy is done" indeed.

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* Happens in ''Film/TheBlackScorpion'' whenever there's a close up on the eponymous monster's face. It looks nothing like quite different from the stop-motion version scorpion that [[Film/KingKong1933 Willis O'Brien]] animated.
* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AWo_9CKbSXE The Ed Wood film One Million AC/DC]]. Ignoring the fact that this '''''is''''' a porno, the ([[{{Narm}} Laughably]] [[SpecialEffectsFailure fake]]) puppet T-Rex featured in close-ups looks nothing ''nothing'' like the [[OffTheShelfFX toy T-Rex]] used in the far shots. "Tragedy is done" indeed.


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* The Thing in the 2015 [[Film/FantasticFour2015 Fantastic Four]] film has a different looking facial construction in nearly every scene. It remains uncertain if this was supposed to be a stylistic choice or not.
** A more straighter example: The Human Torch's flames have a problem of appearing and disappearing at any given moment whenever he's ''supposed'' to be on fire.
3rd Feb '16 3:19:42 PM philipnova798
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** ''Film/TransformersRevengeOfTheFallen'' contains three notable examples. In one scene during the Shanghai battle[[note]]the chase with Sideways, to be exact[[/note]], Mudflap and Skids switch voice actors. Two more appear during the desert battle - In one instance, Ironhide ejects his guns at one point and regains them in another and the CG predator drone shown in the film doesn't look like anything like its actual counterpart, which also happened to be used in the film.
** ''Film/TransformersDarkOfTheMoon'', during the standoff between Ironhide, Sideswipe and The Dreads, Ironhide drops his guns. When he gets shot, his CGI model shows them attached onto his back instead. From that point on, from the rest of the standoff until he dies, they remain absent, as they should be. Bumblebee's paint job is also noticeably off, with his robot mode having a different pinstripe design than his car form.
*** Also from ''Dark of the Moon'', Soundwave's voice can be heard (and seen) coming out of Barricade during the scene where the two of them execute Que. Whether or not this was intentional, or just an animator not paying attention[[note]]which wouldn't be all ''that'' unbelievable, given the designs[[/note]] remains unclear.

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** ''Film/TransformersRevengeOfTheFallen'' contains three notable examples. In one scene during the Shanghai battle[[note]]the chase with Sideways, to be exact[[/note]], Mudflap and Skids switch voice actors. Two more appear during actors.
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the desert battle - In one instance, battle, Ironhide ejects his guns at in one point and scene, yet regains them in another and the CG next.
*** Also from the desert battle- There's a
predator drone shown in the film doesn't look that switches between a CG model and a real drone. The CG model looks ''nothing'' like anything like its actual counterpart, the physical model. Which is '''''further''''' compounded by StockFootage from the first film, which also happened to be used in the film.
a completely different drone altogether.
** ''Film/TransformersDarkOfTheMoon'', during the standoff between Ironhide, Sideswipe and The Dreads, Ironhide drops his guns. When he gets shot, his CGI model shows them attached onto his back instead. From that point on, from the rest of the standoff until he dies, they remain absent, as absent (as they should be.be). Bumblebee's paint job is also noticeably off, with his robot mode having a different pinstripe design than his car form.
*** Also from ''Dark of the Moon'', Soundwave's voice can be heard (and seen) heard, and seen, coming out of Barricade during the scene where the two of them when they execute Que. Whether or not this was intentional, or just an animator not paying attention[[note]]which wouldn't be all ''that'' unbelievable, given the designs[[/note]] attention remains unclear.
3rd Feb '16 5:00:21 AM Midna
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** Then you get to the third film, where they get complete redesigns to make them more "family friendly". With Rockbiter becoming exactly like [[PeopleInRubberSuits he is]] and gaining several hundred pounds of girth, making him nothing more than a rocky version of [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Homer Simpson]]. Falkor somehow managed to get it even worse, now looking like a six-legged French Poodle with an incredibly unfitting face on top of that.

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** Then you get to the third film, where they get complete redesigns to make them more "family friendly". With Rockbiter becoming exactly Rockbiter, who now looked even more like [[PeopleInRubberSuits he is]] and gaining a person in a rubber suit]], gained several hundred pounds of girth, making him nothing more than a rocky version of [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Homer Simpson]]. Falkor somehow managed to get it even worse, now looking like a six-legged French Poodle with an incredibly unfitting face on top of that.
17th Dec '15 12:58:43 PM erforce
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* The Xenomorphs in the ''Film/AlienVsPredator'' movie switch between animatronics and CG. While not necessarily a bad thing in and of itself, it ''is'' worth pointing out that the CG Xenomorphs have an extra joint in the ankles, a trait that the costume lack.

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* The Xenomorphs in the ''Film/AlienVsPredator'' movie ''Film/AVPAlienVsPredator'' switch between animatronics and CG. While not necessarily a bad thing in and of itself, it ''is'' worth pointing out that the CG Xenomorphs have an extra joint in the ankles, a trait that the costume lack.
4th May '15 10:23:11 PM erforce
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* Happens in ''Film/TheBlackScorpion'' whenever there's a close up on the eponymous monster's face. It looks nothing like the stop-motion version [[Film/KingKong Willis O'Brien]] animated.

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* Happens in ''Film/TheBlackScorpion'' whenever there's a close up on the eponymous monster's face. It looks nothing like the stop-motion version [[Film/KingKong [[Film/KingKong1933 Willis O'Brien]] animated.



* Not even ''Film/KingKong'' is immune. Close up shots of the beast in the 1933 film involved a mechanical face and hands that gave him a more cartoonish look. This tradition continued in the 1976 remake, in which the 40-foot tall robot[[note]]itself a (widely publicized) effects failure[[/note]] looks absolutely nothing like the [[PeopleInRubberSuits suit]].

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* Not even ''Film/KingKong'' is immune. Close up shots of the beast in the [[Film/KingKong1933 1933 film film]] involved a mechanical face and hands that gave him a more cartoonish look. This tradition continued in the [[Film/KingKong1976 1976 remake, remake]], in which the 40-foot tall robot[[note]]itself a (widely publicized) effects failure[[/note]] looks absolutely nothing like the [[PeopleInRubberSuits suit]].



* The CG model of ''Franchise/JurassicPark'''s lead T-Rex has a slightly squarer jaw than that of the animatronic.
* In the first scene of the rock scorpion battle in the 2010 ''ClashOfTheTitans'' remake, said rock scorpion is missing part of its tail.

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* The CG model of ''Franchise/JurassicPark'''s ''Film/JurassicPark'''s lead T-Rex has a slightly squarer jaw than that of the animatronic.
* In the first scene of the rock scorpion battle in the 2010 ''ClashOfTheTitans'' ''Film/ClashOfTheTitans'' remake, said rock scorpion is missing part of its tail.
23rd Apr '15 6:43:37 PM philipnova798
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** Zilla in ''Film/GodzillaFinalWars'' is given less detail than his appearance in the [[Film/{{Godzilla 1998}} 1998 film]].
* Watch ''Film/MightyMorphinPowerRangersTheMovie'', then watch [[MightyMorphinPowerRangers the series proper]]. Notice that the CGI Ninja Mega Falconzord of the former looks absolutely nothing like the costume from the latter. This is apparently because they modeled the CG version after a smaller version of the toy.

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** Zilla in ''Film/GodzillaFinalWars'' is given less detail than his appearance in the [[Film/{{Godzilla 1998}} 1998 film]].
film]]. This may have been intentional, however.
* Watch ''Film/MightyMorphinPowerRangersTheMovie'', then watch [[MightyMorphinPowerRangers the series proper]]. Notice that the CGI Ninja Mega Falconzord of the former looks absolutely nothing like the costume from the latter.costume. This is apparently because they modeled the CG version after a smaller version of the toy.



** in a more meta sense of this trope, expect to see this with the animatronic Arnold in a few scenes of the second film. Particularly near the end when he fights the T-1000.

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** in a more meta sense of this trope, expect to see this with the animatronic Arnold in a few scenes of the second film. Particularly Such as near the end when he fights the T-1000.
16th Apr '15 5:41:41 PM philipnova798
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** The costumes for Zed and Goldar are also completely different than what they normally look like on the TV show. Though in the former's case, this helps enhance the [[NightmareFuel creepiness]] of the character.
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