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Wednesday, October 27, 2010

ROBERT SCHNECK: Sylvanic Nondescript




Todd Standing claims that this is a picture of a Bigfoot which he photographed in the "Sylvanic" forest. I would eat my own head before suggesting that someone is fibbing, but whatever this is, it resembles Charles Waterton's "Nondescript".





1 comment:

Dale Drinnon said...

The texture of the face is probably suede.

The face is constructed to look like the COMPUTER-ENHANCED face of "Patty" which has lips and other features brought up be manipulation. The original "Patty" is not so clear and does NOT show distinct lips, nose, or any such features.

Any depiction of a "Bigfoot" which is based on the COMPUTER-ENHANCED version of "Patty" is likely already in error since that version is basically a fantasy depiction nothing like what was actually shown on the film. And strangely enough a good many people think that version IS the original "Patty" of the Patterson-Gimlin film.