My illustration for the Lizard Man of Scape Ore Swamp has made the cover of the summer 2023 issue of ‘Horror Zine’. You can check it out on Amazon. (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0C47Q56CB/ref=sr_1_1?crid=I1YE18RKALLB&keywords=horror+zine+magazine+summer+2023&qid=1683292327&sprefix=horror+zine+magazine+summer+2023%2Caps%2C163&sr=8-1)
Dodo Bird in Scientific American
A Scientific American article, entitled “A ‘De-Extinction’ Company Wants to Bring Back the Dodo” features my work “Dodo Bird”
You can check it out here: https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/tech-company-invests-150m-to-bring-back-the-dodo/
Wild Environmental Science
My paleoart work Sabre Tooth Pounce now appears on the cover of a Wild Environmental Science kit called “Extreme Big Cats of the World”. It a kit that contains various educational materials as well as a 3D puzzle. I found a copy in my local hobby store…check out the photo I took:
Echoes thru the Thunder
My work “Buffalo Hunt” appears on the cover of the new book by Rick Gilmore. You can check the book out here: Echoes thru the Thunder
Echoes thru the Wind
My work “The Long Journey Home” now appears on the cover of the book “Echoes thru the Wind” by Rick Gilmore. Check it out on Amazon!
Mammoths in a Live Science Article
This work is turning out to be the go-to image for Mammoth related news articles in science publications. You can check out it’s appearance in a Live Science article here: Woolly mammoths survived on mainland North America until 5,000 years ago, DNA reveals
My Dire Wolf is now on a book cover!
My work, Dire wolf appears on the cover of Deep in the Wild: Dire Wolves, a novel by author Gerry Griffiths. You can check out the book here: https://www.amazon.com/Deep-Wild-Wolves-Gerry-Griffiths-ebook/dp/B09CZHD8CP/. The work is altered a bit for the cover, but if you want to see what the original looks like: https://daniel-eskridge.pixels.com/featured/dire-wolf-daniel-eskridge.html.
Mammoths in a University of Cambridge Article
It’s always nice to spot one of my art works in my newsfeed. This one is in an article on Phys.org by the University of Cambridge. Check it out: https://phys.org/news/2021-10-humans-woolly-mammoths-extinctclimate.html
Also, the same image is being used in a similar article on EOS.org: https://eos.org/articles/mammoths-lost-their-steppe-habitat-to-climate-change?mkt_tok=OTg3LUlHVC01NzIAAAGA-uNkx9a4-H3pgLOr9CBdgse2spAgJ2ziob1qVeAHvtYUVztplHm8Gmuq73Y8w18sQKTETxsn927MVUBshsH9eEvIYWKT4lwSrHPOsQ
I’m featured in Wild West Magazine!
In the June 2019 of Wild West Magazine, I’m the featured artist! They show several of my works, some with full page displays. What’s really cool is that I was able to actually find this on the newsstand at my local Barnes and Noble.
Apparently, there are quite a few subscribers who liked what they saw. I had quite a nice bump in print sales almost immediately.
There’s a short interview with me included as well, but here are a couple of the works that were featured.
My First Work to be in a Museum
I have my first museum piece! One of my artworks, Anhanguera appears in a traveling show for science museums about pteranodons. Here is a shot of me in front of it at the Fernbank Science Museum in Atlanta