The winds of the American west gust strong over the prairie. Over a hill, covered in the golden grass of fall, comes a horse and rider. Both the brown and white roan and the Native American woman on its back bend their head in the wind. Exhaustion is evident in both. The horse has no reins; rather, it carries the woman seemingly knowing the way. It trudges on out of a kind of loyalty to its rider, ever continuing the long journey home.
I've created hundreds of digital artworks. It's very rare that I ever order a print for myself, but, occasionally, if I really like a work, I will. This image was one of the artworks for which I ordered a print for myself. In fact, it's the largest print I've ever gotten of my own work at 30"x40". I've enjoyed it for myself for over a year before making this image public.
How I make art like this: http://fineartbydaniel.com/2017/12/18/how-i-make-art-3d-rendering/ Tools I used to make this: http://fineartbydaniel.com/resources/
Thanks for looking! Daniel Eskridge
June 26th, 2018
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