What are the best online art communities?

asked by April Joy Toledo
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    PanelJam is an online community where users can practice their drawing skills by creating panels together with other Jammers. Registration is required to draw comics with other artists. It supports a collaborative community of comic artists.



    Matthew Pierce
    Written on June 9, 2019
    "This online artist community encourages collaboration more than any others. All artwork is completed by the community, as they draw webcomics together one panel at a time. They have weekly drawing themes, leaderboards, and active discussions on their Discord channel"
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    DeviantArt is the largest online social community for artists and art enthusiasts, allowing people to connect through the creation and sharing of art. These works available to download and offer multiple resolution options depending on the artists.


    Alan Cox
    Written on March 23, 2018
    "Just the pictures communicate effectively"
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    Artsy is a resource for art collecting and education. Arty's mission is to make all the world's art accesible to anyone with an Internet connection


    Pamela Parker
    Written on March 21, 2018
    "I love the concept of this site, but Artsy just has too much going on that it's overwhelming to use. It's never-ending scrolling with picture after picture after picture, which makes it hard to find what you're interested in. If Artsy cleaned it up, the site would be very useful, but I'll avoid it for now. It's just too distracting. "
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    Pixiv is an artist social networking community based in Tokyo, Japan. Focusing on supporting creativity, Pixiv services started from the idea of a place where creating is fun.


    John Hunt
    Written on March 24, 2018
    "Pixiv is great...for a specific interest group. If you're an artist that draws anime characters, and you're looking to connect with other people who draw anime characters, then Pixiv is for you. If you're coming to this site looking for anything else, like I was, then you'll be disappointed. If they advertised themselves as a space for this material, I wouldn't rate them so harshly, but as a site for anything other than this narrow group it was really a letdown."
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    Artrepublic is an online art platform in which you can buy a diverse rank of works from famous names and new talents. The site offers you expert advice during your shopping and free delivery worldwide. Are you an artist? They can help you to sell your artwork too.


    Dennis Torres
    Written on May 11, 2018
    "I have really enjoyed the time I have spent on artrepublic. This online art platform is really cool and deiverse, giving you an opportunity to purchase art from famous names as well as new talents that are just starting their careers."
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    #6Doodle Addicts

    Doodle Addicts

    Doodle Addicts is an online community where different artists from all over the world can submit and share their artworks. A user simply has to create their own free account to access the site and to interact with others.



    Written on August 24, 2018
    "This online art community provides drawing challenges, art prompts, and the ability for artists to share their art."
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    On Behance, designers can showcase and discover the latest work from top online portfolios by creative professionals across industries.

    Web, Android, iOS

    Angela Wells
    Written on March 15, 2018
    "Want to see top designer ideas - check out Behance and discover multi-industry professional designers' online portfolios chock full of innovative work."
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    CGHub is an online community for computer graphics artists, primarily focused on professionals in the entertainment industry.


    James Spencer
    Written on March 25, 2018
    "If you are looking for a 3D art community this one is great. They aren't as great for 2D art however."
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    #9Google Arts and Culture

    Google Arts and Culture

    Google Arts and Culture is an app that allows you to discover works of art, artists, museums, exhibits, and more. Plus, it has a cool feature that allows you to take a selfie and find out if you look alike to any painting recorded in the history of art. 


    Android, iOS


    Richard Sanchez
    Written on March 17, 2018
    "wanted to try out the selfie feature, works for me in USA. Fun to see which arts look similar to you, and the information they provide behind the art as well. Not huge into art, but I admire the things you can find on here. Give it a try."


Best What are the best online art communities
1PanelJamWebsites 8 Free
2DeviantArtWebsites 2 Free
3ArtsyWebsites 1 Free
4PixivWebsites 1 Free
5artrepublicWebsites 1 Paid
6Doodle AddictsWebsites 0 Free
7BehanceApps 0 Free
8CGHubWebsites 0 Paid
9Google Arts and CultureApps 0 Free

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