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Hesperornis by the Sea - Daniel Eskridge

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Hesperornis by the Sea Digital Art

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Tags: hesperornis, bird, animal, wildlife, prehistoric, extinct, ancient, primeval, dinosaurs, jurrasic, cretaceous, paleo, paleoart

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Tel Aviv, Is - Israel

It is like having a peek into the very ancient history of our fascinating planet! Did you ever consider making a book with these images? Fav.

Yokohama - Japan

Daniel, you are truly a master in bringing back to life extinct animals. V/F!

Vildbjerg - Denmark

Geez, you're good!

Culleoka, TN - United States

That sky looks so real! And so does this hesperornis. Wonderful composition and digital work, Daniel.

San Jose, CA - United States

I'm going to echo Odd's comment!

Hatfield, pa - United States

This is ridiculous... let me go pick my jaw up off the floor... Everything really came together on this one and.... it literally looks REAL. Amazing. liked and faved

Daniel Eskridge replied:

Thanks, John!

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Hesperornis by the Sea

Artist:

Daniel Eskridge

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Here is a new artwork for my paleoart series. This my second work of Hesperornis art. I have again used the more duck-like coat of feathers that I made for the last one simply because I think it is more visually interesting.

Hesperornis was an aquatic bird that lived at the time of the dinosaurs. Unlike modern birds, it had teeth in addition to a beak. Its name means "western bird"

The usual disclaimer about my paleoart: When it comes to paleoart, the images I create favor 'art' more than 'paleo'. While I try my best to depict animals as accurately as possible, I'm make no claim that they 100% scientifically accurate. The same goes for the environment I depict them in. I am primarily interested in creating aesthetically pleasing images. Scientific accuracy comes second

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January 27th, 2012

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