Best pictures of the Big, Hairy Bloke

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Re: Best pictures of the Big, Hairy Bloke

Unread post by Wolf » Wed Jun 29, 2016 10:31 am

Here's the next stage completed of the strip I am working on in my spare time (when I get any)... Just have to add more background detail, shadows, and the critter he threw at the apple to knock it lose falling to the ground...
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Unread post by Tuckeroo » Wed Jun 29, 2016 8:31 pm

Wolf wrote:Here's the next stage completed of the strip I am working on in my spare time (when I get any)... Just have to add more background detail, shadows, and the critter he threw at the apple to knock it lose falling to the ground...

Looks good Wolf. Interested to see where your headed with it.

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Unread post by Yowie bait » Wed Jun 29, 2016 10:42 pm

Yep that looks great. I like the idea of bigfoot using other smaller creatures as projectiles. I reckon a cute fluffy bunny would make a great sasquatch handkerchief!
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Unread post by Wolf » Thu Jun 30, 2016 10:40 am

Or nice, soft toilet paper
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Unread post by Yowie bait » Thu Jun 30, 2016 11:26 am

Wolf wrote:Or nice, soft toilet paper
Thats even better! :)
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Unread post by macquariedave » Thu Jun 30, 2016 1:31 pm

Wolf wrote:Or nice, soft toilet paper
You beat me to it. I remember an old joke along those lines involving a bear and said fluffy bunny wabbit . . .

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Unread post by Yowie bait » Fri Jul 01, 2016 12:52 pm

No shortage of bigfoot comics on the internet. Here are a few of the better ones...
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Yowie bait wrote:No shortage of bigfoot comics on the internet. Here are a few of the better ones...
Of course, the term "bigfoot" is used not because their feet are large in proportion to their body size (they're apparently not), but just because they're well, big (unless they're young juveniles).

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Thanks for posting those cartoons, YB. Some were quite funny. Certainly brought on a big smile! :D

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Unread post by Yowie bait » Fri Jul 01, 2016 6:07 pm

Im glad you got a laugh out of the comics Searcher. Theres some good ones out there !
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Yowie bait wrote:No shortage of bigfoot comics on the internet. Here are a few of the better ones...
Of course, the term "bigfoot" is used not because their feet are large in proportion to their body size (they're apparently not), but just because they're well, big (unless they're young juveniles).
Well they didnt have much else to go on. "Bigfootprint" just doesnt have the same ring to it. :(
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Bit of a baboon ass face on this snow squatch!
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Unread post by Yowie bait » Sun Jul 03, 2016 11:16 pm

This eyeshine guy is scary. Almost looks like a photo but not blurry enough. :lol: . There are some amazing artists out there.
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Unread post by Yowie bait » Mon Jul 11, 2016 4:14 pm

Heres a few more lookers. They call the top one devil. He does look a bit cheeky! The bottom is a witness sketch. Looks like the guy that feeds the eels at our local park.
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Yowie bait wrote:Heres a few more lookers. They call the top one devil. He does look a bit cheeky! The bottom is a witness sketch. Looks like the guy that feeds the eels at our local park.


Great pics Yb.

The top one is what I would imagine a dog-man to look like, if in the pic the nose and mouth
came forward a bit more doggy......definitely.

As for the bottom pic......lucky Eels.


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Unread post by Yowie bait » Mon Jul 11, 2016 10:13 pm

Hey Tuckeroo,that top one kind of looks like he has ears too. A lot of this bigfoot art is amazing. I like this Ed Roth or Stanley Mouse inspired bigfoot.
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Unread post by Wolf » Mon Jul 11, 2016 11:28 pm

Tuckeroo wrote:
Yowie bait wrote:Heres a few more lookers. They call the top one devil. He does look a bit cheeky! The bottom is a witness sketch. Looks like the guy that feeds the eels at our local park.


Great pics Yb.

The top one is what I would imagine a dog-man to look like, if in the pic the nose and mouth
came forward a bit more doggy......definitely.

As for the bottom pic......lucky Eels.


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I agree, but not a Dogman, the (in)famous Type III, which apparently gets mistaken or misidentified as a dogman. A 'true' dogman is more like this...
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or this... (I note this image is AlphaWolf's avatar?)
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I have seen a lot of these types around too...
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Wolf wrote:
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Yowie bait wrote:Heres a few more lookers. They call the top one devil. He does look a bit cheeky! The bottom is a witness sketch. Looks like the guy that feeds the eels at our local park.


Great pics Yb.

The top one is what I would imagine a dog-man to look like, if in the pic the nose and mouth
came forward a bit more doggy......definitely.

As for the bottom pic......lucky Eels.


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I agree, but not a Dogman, the (in)famous Type III, which apparently gets mistaken or misidentified as a dogman. A 'true' dogman is more like this...



Hi Wolf, Thanks for that, I can relax now, it was only the Type III.

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Wolf wrote:I have seen a lot of these types around too...
This one is scares me... BullDogman?
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Unread post by macquariedave » Tue Jul 12, 2016 10:27 am

Tuckeroo wrote: Hi Wolf, Thanks for that, I can relax now, it was only the Type III.
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Don't have an image or link to hand, but have you ever seen those photos of 'Walmartians' from the USA? Arguably even more scary . . .

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O.m.g! I swear I'll never look at wallmartians again! (scared)
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Someone may get a laugh out of these. They're a bit off beat.
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Unread post by Wolf » Thu Jul 14, 2016 8:10 pm

Very funny.

Here are more witness sketches from Sarah Blacknightingale, Dave Wheeler and Sybilla Irwin.
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Geez they're good and realistic. A good sketch artist can do wonders. That bottom one has got a bit of the yowie look. Top one looks a bit like Dion's avatar from the forum but meaner! Wolf,you would do well as a yowie witness artist. Even better when you see one for yourself when you are out bush! (taz) (woot) (taz)
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Yowie bait wrote:Geez they're good and realistic. A good sketch artist can do wonders. That bottom one has got a bit of the yowie look. Top one looks a bit like Dion's avatar from the forum but meaner! Wolf,you would do well as a yowie witness artist. Even better when you see one for yourself when you are out bush! (taz) (woot) (taz)
Hmmm, recovering from a knee replacement right now, and hope to get back into the bush, but seeing these I don't know if I really want to experience a yowie now . . .

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Yowie bait wrote:Geez they're good and realistic. A good sketch artist can do wonders. That bottom one has got a bit of the yowie look. Top one looks a bit like Dion's avatar from the forum but meaner! Wolf,you would do well as a yowie witness artist. Even better when you see one for yourself when you are out bush! (taz) (woot) (taz)
Hmmm, recovering from a knee replacement right now, and hope to get back into the bush, but seeing these I don't know if I really want to experience a yowie now . . .
I hope you recover well Dave and not in too much discomfort.(thumb) My hips and shoulders are a mess from 20 years of Aussie Rules. Dreading the day i need a hip op!

A bit of yowie action is just what you need to try out those knees . Who knows? You might get a slow one!
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Yowie bait wrote:
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Yowie bait wrote:Geez they're good and realistic. A good sketch artist can do wonders. That bottom one has got a bit of the yowie look. Top one looks a bit like Dion's avatar from the forum but meaner! Wolf,you would do well as a yowie witness artist. Even better when you see one for yourself when you are out bush! (taz) (woot) (taz)
Hmmm, recovering from a knee replacement right now, and hope to get back into the bush, but seeing these I don't know if I really want to experience a yowie now . . .
I hope you recover well Dave and not in too much discomfort.(thumb) My hips and shoulders are a mess from 20 years of Aussie Rules. Dreading the day i need a hip op!

A bit of yowie action is just what you need to try out those knees . Who knows? You might get a slow one!
Thoughts are with you too, Dave. Hope you manage a speedy recovery. WOW YB! 20 years of footy... must be 3-400 games. That's impressive! Know shoulders can be a problem. Just ask Gary Ablett :D I only played Aussie Rules from around 12 to 19 years of age. My playing days were cut short by a shoulder injury in a Prelim Final on the MCG. (not in the firsts) Probably a good thing as the longer you play, the more injuries you carry through to later years. Reckon I was lucky!

Back on the (Yowie) track... Yeah, like Dave...knowing what I think I know now, I would not be as keen for a closeup encounter with the hairy man as when first joining this forum.

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Unread post by macquariedave » Fri Jul 15, 2016 1:12 pm

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Yowie bait wrote:Geez they're good and realistic. A good sketch artist can do wonders. That bottom one has got a bit of the yowie look. Top one looks a bit like Dion's avatar from the forum but meaner! Wolf,you would do well as a yowie witness artist. Even better when you see one for yourself when you are out bush! (taz) (woot) (taz)
Hmmm, recovering from a knee replacement right now, and hope to get back into the bush, but seeing these I don't know if I really want to experience a yowie now . . .
I hope you recover well Dave and not in too much discomfort.(thumb) My hips and shoulders are a mess from 20 years of Aussie Rules. Dreading the day i need a hip op!

A bit of yowie action is just what you need to try out those knees . Who knows? You might get a slow one!
Flat walking is okay, but told to be careful descending anything steep for quite a while - replaced knees take waaaaay longer to get "normal" compared to hips (have had one of these done also). I fantasize seeing a yowie from my back porch overlooking the NP in the upper Lane Cove River (where it's just a creek) - just a pair of Swamp Wallabies once, which I thought was good enough.

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