Did anyone else see RAF flyby in London It's Coming Home is fake

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Brief Outline: Many were fooled by the manipulated RAF100 flyby video, here's our breakdown showing exactly how we manipulated the aircrafts formation to spell 'It's Coming Home' ahead of yesterdays match.

Facts Check: Fake / False

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Did anyone else see the RAF flyby in London today? #RAF100 @rafredarrows @SpitfireMuseum @TheShardLondon

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Facts Check Analysis: As seen in the viral video flying United Kingdom’s Royal Air Force (RAF) flying over with a text It’s Coming Home, just ahead of the England and Croatia in FIFA World Cup 2018 in Russia. It was viewed over 1,30,000 times at the time of writing this story.

 The video was created by Potion Pictures, a motion graphics and animation studio. ‘It’s Coming Home’ the unofficial catchphrase used by English football fans during the World Cup 2018, in an aerial formation was in fact digitally created using VFX.

The studio latter gave up the gag on July 12 and tweeted a video illustrating how it created the viral clip. Quoted as “Many were fooled by our manipulated RAF100 flyby video, here's our breakdown showing exactly how we manipulated the aircrafts formation to spell 'It's Coming Home' ahead of yesterdays match. #itscomimghome #RAF100



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