A good way to be more creative is interacting with other people who share the same interests.
Anyone can easily make full use of the communities which are available today to boost creativity. Also, interaction with others in the community, collaborating and getting feedback can become a motivating factor.
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Once you are in one of these communities, you will be both criticized and supported which will improve your skills at the end.
Let's look at 10 great creative communities available which will help you to show-off your talent in design and art.
deviantART is amongst the largest internet art community. It is a place where artists from every part of the world come together.
This is a perfect site for both professional and amateur artists since anyone can browse through countless works of other artists or sign-up and post their creations.
There are large number of free features including free thumbnailed art galleries, comment system, user page, journal, and more.
Behance Network is a platform for creative professionals to gather, collaborate on different projects and connect with companies/agencies who are looking for creative talents.
The major focus of the site is to assist creative persons/companies to boost their productivity and demonstrate themselves professionally. It has creative tools + a great search engine to navigate through the network and come across fresh talent and opportunities.
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