Posted by: Loren Coleman on July 18th, 2006
Despite how frustrated a few people may be of the speculations, more images of the Johor Hominid continue to fire the imagination of other artists. Now with the tracings from Vincent Chow and Sean Ang, it only seems logical that someone would try to pull together the various parts of the picture. Cryptomundo shares the first ones with you.
A Cryptomundo reader has done exactly this (see above). Paul Goodall combines the tracings-from-photographs of Chow and Ang, plus the descriptions in recent news articles, for this “Cryptomundo Exclusive” complete sketch of the Johor Hominid. The Goodall drawing rather factually records what might appear in the photograph mentioned by Chow, down to the wild hair on this more pongid-looking creature.
Intriguingly, Linda Godfrey’s illustration (above) of a Bigfoot seen during the fall of 2005, in Wisconsin, shows a likewise wild crown of hair, but as you can see in closer comparison, the Johor Hominid appears differently than a similarly aged juvenile male.
The widespread diversity of hairy hominoids worldwide is well-understood, and head hair can be a coincidence. More importantly, with this abundance of new images emerging of the Johor Hominid, as we have seen from the art of Peter Loh (below), also “Crytomundo exclusives” imagined after the tracings appeared, the Johor Hominid’s image continues to evolve from day to day.
Only the publication of the alleged photographs will quiet the critics, skeptics, foes, and friends. Or the capture of a Malaysian Bigfoot. But at the present time, we have no control of that situation, of course.
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