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Black Hat

Black Hat

Piece description from the artist

On a dark and stormy day, a dark man rides a dark horse. In one hand he holds his mount's reins, in the other, a rifle. A dark scarf obscures his face beneath his black hat. As he glances in your direction, lightning forks down from the sky in distance.

This is the man in black. He is the villain of the American Wild West, the bad guy, the embodiment of evil. He might have a name, but you need know him only as "Black Hat".

Typically in old Western movies, particularly the black and white ones, the villain would wear a black hat and the hero a white. In modern culture, "black hat" can be used to refer to computer hackers who engage in unlawful practices.

A variety of digtial sculpting, painting, and 3D rendering techniques were used to create this image.

Thanks for looking!
Daniel Eskridge

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60.0" x 36.5"

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