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Mammoth Digital Art - The First American Wildlife Artist by Daniel Eskridge

The First American Wildlife Artist is a piece of digital artwork by Daniel Eskridge which was uploaded on October 18th, 2012.

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Can you imagine hunting a Mammoth with a flint tipped spear? The bone carving may have been an "offering" to the spirit of this great beast. Fantastic work Daniel. I love your gold medal Paleo features my man....l.v.f.....awesome

SOLID GOLD.....what an awesome, beautiful work...L/V...great story attached

Daniel Eskridge replied:

Thanks, Dave!

Nice work and great backstory! It shows the creative drive is with us for a long time.

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Thanks, Harm!

Lovely shot !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Daniel, Fabulous work. F/V

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Excellent, Daniel. Love the ethereal quality of the background. Vote.

Daniel Eskridge replied:

Thanks, Kristin!

Wow - what a wonderful creation. What it must have been like back then - awesome! F/V

Daniel Eskridge replied:

Thanks, Hazel!

Outstanding... as always.

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Thanks, Odd!

Thanks, Marlene, Mona, Karol, Heidi, and Xueling!

Breathtaking work, Daniel! Love it, great!! Thank you:)!

Wonderful story behind this beautiful creation, Daniel! Amazing work! f/v

wonderfully done, Daniel F&V Tweet

Great done

you hit it out of the ballpark with this image, daniel! great sense of depth via your values. vote

Very beautiful scene... great concept and realization!

Daniel Eskridge replied:

Thanks, Jutta!

Wow! Daniel this is awesome .... love the art and story pulls me right in to want to know more:) Wonderful work! vote and fave:)

Daniel Eskridge replied:

Thanks, Lainie!

truly amazing work and story Daniel, how wonderful that James Kennedy had you do this brilliant illustration... fv

Daniel Eskridge replied:

Thanks, Sharon!

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