Some people have pointed out to me that there are ways to do this as described, but what I meant to convey was that the character's appearance would be more real TO THE VIEWERS than the appearance of things that THEY know as real
What if there was a cartoon where there was one supernatural character who was done in a significantly more realistic style, with the explicit explanation that, to the other characters, they look objectively more real than normal real things, and then a live-action adaptation of the cartoon was made, and someone invented a means to achieve that effect for real, specifically for this one purpose
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