FRONTIERS OF ZOOLOGY Dale A. Drinnon has been a researcher in the field of Cryptozoology for the past 30+ years and has corresponded with Bernard Heuvelmans and Ivan T. Sanderson. He has a degree in Anthropology from Indiana University and is a freelance artist and writer. Motto: "I would rather be right and entirely alone than wrong in the company with all the rest of the world"--Ambroise Pare', "the father of modern surgery", in his refutation of fake unicorn horns.
Sybilla Christine Irwin was kind enough to do a sketch for me. She took multiple still captures from the Bigfoot in the Laurels Video and created this wonderful sketch. I think this is spot on to what the old girl looks like. Over the past couple years of studying the video, it appears that the Bigfoot may be female. I and others who have studied the video think the Bigfoot has a "Old Woman" appearance. You can view more of Sybilla's fine work at: Sybilla Irwin - Galleries
Sybilla Irwin is a Facebook Friend of mine and I am a big admirer of her work. She is like Alexis Evans and one of the few artists that is seriously committed to the notion o showing Bigfoots as individuals. In this case I wanted to try some simple mechanical re-orientations of the photographic image (Some touch-up work was required to make the face as legible as before after re-orienting)
To me this face has a very distinctively Neanderthaloid facial structure
A sculptured face below
[Cover art for a story book about Florida Skunk Apes]
Dale DrinnonHey this is great! I wish you luck on that, this is WAAAAYY more authentic than a lot of the stupidity that has been floating around lately. I mean its a kids book, but they really look like that and it seems the reddish ones are the littler ones of the bigger darker ones. Ivan Sanderson remarked on that in 1961