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09/13/16  |  Posted by LeAnn Troutner  |  Posted in Digital Creativity

When I was in my high school I got to attend a technical school half the day and I choose to take Commercial Arts and Graphics. One day the instructor wanted us to look into an artist who did work we liked and wanted to do when we were through with college. He told us about this fantastic website where many artists frequent. This site was called Behance and allowed artist to post their work as an online portfolio. Getting on this site is free for everyone and free of charge to create a page for yourself.

Scrolling through the different artwork allows you to focus on what you like. You can sort through the different kinds of work from photography to graphic design to illustration. As well there are other ways to sort through the work, including media, tools used, galleries and even schools the artist attended or are in. If you find some work you admire so much you can learn more about the artist who created the work and some even have contact information on their profile and some even respond to their messengers. Behance is a site to view artwork whether created yesterday or years ago.

Behance lets you have your own account for free and a place to show everyone your own work. Even those who see your work could offer a job to the artist they think they deserve it. Not only do Behance account holders and artist look at the multiple portfolios but anyone at all can look at any of the portfolios. This site allows anyone to view art made by any artist. Artist known and unknown come to this site to represent themselves and their work. Maybe you should check it out because this site might just be the right place for you to get your artwork seen.

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