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Dantheman9758

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Museum Piece WIP by Dantheman9758, visual art

Artist // Hobbyist // Digital Art
  • United States
  • Deviant for 14 years
  • He / Him
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Favourite Visual Artist
Carl Buell, David Peters, Mauricio Antón, Greg S. Paul, Charles Knight, Zdeněk Burian
Favourite Games
Basketball
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Real life
Tools of the Trade
Adobe photoshop, EOS 50d camera, Wacom tablet, Calibrated screen, and research
Other Interests
Mountain biking, Camping, Exploring the outdoors, learning researching learning and more learning. I'm fascinated by just about everything.
...And I tried to shrink the print sizes of the submitted images to fit just within the estimated "bleed" marks, so that no text or image risks being cut off - however that may result in a wide looking margin? I'm not sure how that will work out, so if anyone has a bad result or knows how to get the best results please let me know and I can try to correct for it!
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2 weeks of meticulous work on the newest S. fatalis reconstruction just went down the drain. Today I literally was "almost finished" and made a major break through with some textures and design. I had perhaps 1 more day of fine tuning for a really impressive finished piece. :(  My adobe photoshop CS5 file that contained all my new work with the newest Smilodon fatalis corrputed and gave me the "Not compatible with this version of photoshop" message after an impromptu reboot. I had saved the file just before the reboot, but had to do a hard shut down. So here's what I've tried so far to recover the file: I tried changing the extension (after
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A new Mammuthus primigenius and then a Mammuthus jeffersonii I'll be illustrating some "Great Lakes" region ecosystems of Late-Pleistocene soon, sooo I'm trying to understand the confusion differentiating, and classifying these two species. My understanding is M. jeffersonii is the "very" recent Wisconsinian, and Late-Wisconsinian form of M. columbi that is mostly found near the great lakes region. An area that would have been very cold, and scattered with open spruce forests and kettle lakes at the time of the retreating ice-sheet. The books state the Jefferson's mammoth owes it's ancestry to the Columbian and Imperial mammoths that had b
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Ndiyani khumbula, mfo wethu.
When are you going to complete your battleship poster?
@AnymousLlama428 

He obviously was abducted by the Nazi Mammoth People that control our governments for knowing too much about the anatomy of Pleistocene mammals.
Oh. I had no idea I was being addressed until now. I guess it would be better to mention me or reply to my comment.
So, THAT'S what happened to him... very unfortunate, I joined DA long after his abduction, it would have been nice to interact with him.
Dude, what happened to you?
How come's you've uploaded nothing here for so long?
Hi random Deviant! What are the chances of me winding up on your page?! (It's about 1 in 30 million!) Have yourself a llama badge! XD

Also your work is great! :wow: