10.00" x 6.50"
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Dance of the Midnight Fairies Framed Print
by Daniel Eskridge
Dance of the Midnight Fairies by Daniel Eskridge - 10" x 6.5"
Archival Matte Paper
CRQ13 - Black Wood (CRQ13)
1/8" Clear Acrylic - Foam Core Mounting
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Late at night in a dense wood, a woman in a nightgown kneels among the forest undergrowth. Small, brightly lit fairies flit around her, and one... more
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Late at night in a dense wood, a woman in a nightgown kneels among the forest undergrowth. Small, brightly lit fairies flit around her, and one fairy has even landed in her open hands. However, these fae are not the playful sprites they seem. The girl is so entranced by the magical creatures, that she fails to notice that, in the darkness of the background, a menacing figure has emerged. The devil himself with red skin, horned head, a carrying a pitchfork, holds a flame in his hand as he watches her, an evil grin on his frightening face. Perhaps these fairies are just bait for his trap.
This one was a bit inspired by one of my favorite fantasy movies of the 80's "Legend", but also by the works of artists Edward Robert Hughes and Henry Fuseli. I had a ton of fun with setting up the lighting for this artwork.
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About Daniel Eskridge
I am a forty-something living in the Metro-Atlanta area -- one of the few people who was actually born and raised here. I'm married and have two sons and a daughter. By day, I am a senior software engineer. But, by night I am a 3D render artist. I have dual degrees from the University of Georgia, one in Computer Science, the other in Fine Art. So, it seems only natural that I attempt to combine the two by producing art using a computer. Plus, I find that it's a bit more practical than painting as it doesn't require all of the clean up, harsh chemicals, or expensive supplies. In fact, I have been a render artist since some of the first ray-tracing programs were made publicly available in the mid 80's. To follow me on facebook CLICK...
Outstanding work! Voted your entry in the Digital Art contest. l/f