I have a close friend who is an amazing artist. She does incredible scetches and has a ton of talent. I was wondering if anyone knew of anything similar to hubpages for artists. I would love to give her some sites for her to show off her art and get some feedback. (Of course she doesn't think it's as good as it is--we are our own worst critics!!) I have had such a rewarding experience writing on hubpages, I would love for her to have a similar experience with her art.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!!! Thank you!!
I'd recommend DeviantArt as a starting point (http://www.deviantart.com/)
Another site is Redbubble. They sell prints. let us know how it goes
Squidoo is similar to hubpages so there too would be a good bet, but also blogger blogs would be an even better idea.
But if you wanted to get maximum exposure of artwork then it is best to consider a plan of marketing to quite a few websites such as deviantart, wordpress,facebook, myspace,zazzle and cafepress, but there are more if you do a search online.
The trick is to build a community around the artwork theme or subject and build up interest around it.
wow! Thanks everybody! I am going to put these all together and send them to my friend. Then I'll just have to try talking her into posting her work!! I know once she gets some positive feedback she'll be glad she got it out there. I think she is a little apprehensive about showing it off. It's understandable, I was the same way
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