Bass Reeves

DAZ|Studio Historical posted on Oct 05, 2017
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~Bass Reeves (July 1838 – 12 January 1910) was the first black deputy U.S. marshal west of the Mississippi River. He worked mostly in Arkansas and the Oklahoma Territory. During his long career, he was credited with arresting more than 3,000 felons. He shot and killed 14 outlaws in self-defense.Bass Reeves rode a big gray horse, wore a black hat, and gave out silver dollars as a calling card.Some say U.S. Deputy Marshal Bass Reeves was the inspiration for “The Lone Ranger.”~ Hiya peeps, hope you all are ok out there. it's been a minute since i've posted i know.until recently i've had an assortment of computer mishaps nevertheless i'm approaching 500 online images.not a lot for around 12 years of rendering but i am proud to say i was doing a google search the other day and spotted one of my 'spectre' images.what can i say, i'm always happy to find my art unexpectedly like that. anyhoo i discovered this old west hero while browsing youtube.i'm a sucker for a cool hero as we all know.this time as i was watching his story daz was already loaded with a half sculpted figure.no doubt his story will keep me busy for a while. anyhoo enjoy, * till the dragon flies again hugs and regards*, lee

Comments (3)


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blankfrancine 9:06AM | Thu, 05 October 2017

Strong character and fine render.

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Tracesl 9:23AM | Thu, 05 October 2017

excellent

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bakapo 10:34AM | Thu, 05 October 2017

he's wonderful, I really like the perspective, it makes him looks big and brave. thanks for the info on the man, he sounds like a true hero.

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