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Patterson Meets Sasquatch by BryanBaugh Patterson Meets Sasquatch by BryanBaugh
This is my interpretation of that historic day in 1967 when Roger Patterson, with super 8 movie camera in hand, became the only person in human history to capture undeniable, indisputable, absolutely positive scientific evidence of a live Bigfoot on film.
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Mindslave24-7 Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
October 20th, 1967...Patterson films a female Bigfoot.
October 21st, 1967...Mr. Bigfoot arrives. "Hey You! Stop filming my wife!"

Well, it would explaing the drawing...

doctor3uk Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2012
I'm a zoologist and i'm convinced of the yeti, sasquatch, yeren, orang-pendek almasty et-al.
BryanBaugh Featured By Owner Mar 17, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Interesting. Let me share with you my personal theory: I am convinced that Sasquatch may have been some smaller, more advanced descendent (or relative) of Gigantopithecus, that evolved or mutated into an upright-walking primate. I believe that it was probably already dying out and scarce in number during the 1700's and 1800's (There are just too many widespread Native American stories about the creature from that 200 year period to completely deny its existence - and white men - who have always leaned toward disbelief - were still just getting to know North America in that time to be fully informed). I believe that by the early half of the 20th Century, Sasquatch was becoming increasingly rare, and that by now, it is perhaps already extinct. I believe the Patterson footage may be genuine documentation of one of the last living specimens. I am super skeptical about all "evidence" that has cropped up in years since. Just my personal theory on the matter!
Axel-Comics Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Nice drawing :D. Your ink is excellent! I'm undecided if the bigfoot is real or not but the Patterson film, I am constantly flitting between believing there's a bigfoot on it and not. I've read Grover Krantz's "Bigfoot/Sasquatch: Evidence" and that was an eye opener for me. An actual qualified scientist believing something so "irrational"? Thanks to him I'm more open to the idea of BF. I've only got one nay sayer type thing to say-it is at least possible a suit could've been made at that time [link] .I'm not saying it was more likely a suit, you might just be wrong when you claim a suit like that definitley couldn't have been produced at the time, I hope I don't sound like a debunker :P.
BryanBaugh Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
Thanks for your comments. I am a big fan of Grover Krantz, too. I don't think I ever said it was impossible to create a realistic ape suit in that era. I just said the Sasquatch that was photographed in the Patterson footage was not a guy in a suit. If you are familiar with monster-movie history, and the look of ape-type monsters which appeared in movies and TV shows at that time period - and I'm talking about the top-quality ape suits made in Hollywood at that time - they don't look like the Patterson creature.

Bigfoot is real.
Axel-Comics Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Ah, cool. And sorry, I should have been clearer- I didn't mean you specifically I meant other believers seem to say such a suit was impossible at the time. And I see what you mean, thinking about ape suits of the time, alot of them don't appear as realisitic as old Patty does. I've heard that video enhancements showed a zipper on the back but whenever I ask people when and where the enhancements were done I get no reply :P. I'm still a fence-sitter when it comes to BF but if it was ever proven beyond a doubt (ie a corpse being brought in) I wouldn't be too shocked.
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FreakAndSam Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2011  Student General Artist
Nice ( :
BryanBaugh Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you. Bigfoot IS real you know.
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