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Thread: Joel Hustak's Sketchbook
January 15th, 2013 #1
Joel Hustak's Sketchbook
Starting a sketchbook on here to post studies, sketches, WIPS and stuff like that. Right now I will start with some recent studies from the past couple of days.
If you are interested in seeing more of my previous work you can check out my website at http://www.joelhustak.com/
or blog http://joel-hustak.blogspot.ca/
Critiques, tips, and comments are more than welcome.
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January 15th, 2013 #2
These look amazing! MORE! gonna have to take a quick look at your site. haha.
January 15th, 2013 #3
Fantastic start! If I would say anything it would be to pay attention both to contact shadows, specially on the bug's "feet", and also on the depth/level of details on the fish's eye, eyes are one of the first points of focus and should be the most believable part of a realistic painting IMHO. Anyways, great stuff! MORE! 
January 16th, 2013 #4
Staal Sander: Thanks! stay tuned
Luiz Celestino: Very good points, I will keep these in mind. Thank you
I found this image of a man walking up a dive line, and thought it was a cool image but it also matched the atmosphere and mood of a piece im starting soon. So I did this study mainly focusing on the mood of it.
January 16th, 2013 #5
I really like your fish!
January 17th, 2013 #6
January 17th, 2013 #7
beautiful studys. I really like the colors.
http://www.joelhustak.com/forumimages/fish1.jpg this fish reminds me on a book i had when i was a child. Looking at it reawakes the feelings i had that time thx for that ^^.
Keep it up!
January 18th, 2013 #8
January 18th, 2013 #9
great work here, i like your rough paintings, try working on one when you are super nitpicky about the edges and then come back to the quick rough stuff, hope to see more! also thumbnailing is a great way to try out a bunch of compositions!
January 19th, 2013 #10
January 19th, 2013 #11
I really like your anatomy post. What a great way to learn the impact of the hue of your light-source on your subject!
For Science- Sketchbook!
January 21st, 2013 #12
January 21st, 2013 #13