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    What's the best Online Portfolio for artists?

    Hey Guys

    I was hoping you would be the best people to ask about this...!

    I was recently asked to create an online portfolio of my work for a client and amazingly, in all my time as an artist, I've never got round to setting one up...Anyway...a google search tells me there's 1000's of free Online Portfolio websites and I was wondering if any of you could suggest the best/a good one that I could use, from your experience?

    Many thanks in advance...

    Joel
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    I'm just trying out RedBubble and I like it. It seems more professional than DeviantAART - quieter, too. More for the finished work than the experiments

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    Etsy.com is easy to use and fairly inexpensive.

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    There is also CG Hub.

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    There is also artlimited.com that has a professional feel to it.
    You could of course use google's picassa web albums to make a portfolio or
    you could use photobucket.com for your portfolio... both are free and allow large amounts of storage and the ability to make them public or private.
    I have seen some amazing collections on Deviant Art too, but just remember to be selective if you are using it for potential work. Show only your most super fine work or you will have just another amateur gallery. Ten to 20 pieces that are exceptional is way better than a hundred with only 20 super good ones.
    Last edited by screenpainter; 12-30-2008 at 02:11 PM.

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