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Dire Wolf Greeting Card featuring the digital art Dire Wolf by Daniel Eskridge

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Dire Wolf Greeting Card

Daniel Eskridge

by Daniel Eskridge

$15.20

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Product Details

Our greeting cards are 5" x 7" in size and are produced on digital offset printers using 100 lb. paper stock. Each card is coated with a UV protectant on the outside surface which produces a semi-gloss finish. The inside of each card has a matte white finish and can be customized with your own message up to 500 characters in length. Each card comes with a white envelope for mailing or gift giving.

Design Details

A large shaggy dire wolf bares its wicked teeth as it glares at you with deep blue eyes. The ice age predator growls and steps over snow covered... more

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2 - 3 business days

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Dire Wolf Portable Battery Charger

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Greeting Card Tags

greeting cards dire wolf wolf canis dirus creature beast monster predator carnivore werewolf winter snow north cold blizzard pleistocene

Digital Art Tags

digital art dire wolf wolf canis dirus creature beast monster predator carnivore werewolf winter snow north cold blizzard pleistocene

Comments (7)

Kathy M Krause

Kathy M Krause

Congratulations on your sale Daniel!

Daniel Eskridge replied:

Thanks, Kathy!

Lynn Hopwood

Lynn Hopwood

Wonderful image!

Daniel Eskridge replied:

Thanks, Lynn!

Reid Callaway

Reid Callaway

Nice!.....Congrats on your sale, Daniel!......Carry On!

Daniel Eskridge replied:

Thanks, Reid!

Sorin Apostolescu

Sorin Apostolescu

Excellent work !

Daniel Eskridge replied:

Thanks, Sorin!

Reynold Jay

Reynold Jay

Hi Daniel! Love this one. Well done. FAVORITE L/F

Denise F Fulmer

Denise F Fulmer

Oooo, very effective. Would not like to meet up with that one! L/F

Artist's Description

A large shaggy dire wolf bares its wicked teeth as it glares at you with deep blue eyes. The ice age predator growls and steps over snow covered rocks as it advances. 3D Rendering Dire wolves, or Canis dirus (fearsome dog), were the largest species of canis to ever exist. They were large wolves that were likely pack hunters during the Pleistocene era in North America. The trouble with depicting dire wolves in art is that they didn't necessarily look that different from modern wolves. From skeletal remains, we know that they were a bit larger than modern Yukon wolves and had bigger teeth, but otherwise, they appear to have been quite similar. So, in order to make my version of a dire wolf look noticeably different from a regular wolf, I experimented by giving it much longer, shaggy hair. After all, this was a creature of a colder age, perhaps it needed such warmth. Anyhow, there's no scientific evidence for such an appearance, I'm just using a bit of artistic license. Thanks f...

About Daniel Eskridge

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...

 

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