What are Art communities?
Art communities are places where artists meet to share and discuss their artwork. If you are an aspiring young artist or a seasoned professional, surround yourself with other creatives in one of these communities.
About Online Communities on Reddit
Reddit communities (or "subreddits") are forum-based groups on the popular social news aggregation, web content rating, and discussion website Reddit. Reddit is commonly known as "the front page of the internet". Users submit content to the site such as links, text posts, and images, which are then voted up or down and discussed by other members. From investing Reddit communities, to professional ones, to ones just for laughs, you're likely to find a community for you on Reddit.
r/learnartLearnArt is a free open art learning resource built on the principles of free education and art access to all. Come check us out for feedback, guidance, and discussion! Posts can be tagged Meta, Feedback, In the Works, Question, and Progress.
r/modelmakersThe subreddit dedicated to the hobby of plastic model kit building and painting. Swap tips and techniques, show your latest builds/WIPs, post kit reviews and discuss the latest kits! And much more!
r/BeginnerWoodWorkingThe go-to place for those who are new to woodworking.
r/3DmodelingA place where you can show off your 3D models, artworks and designs. Anything related to 3D!
r/artstoreThis is a subreddit for artists to link their stores, sell their wares, and connect to people looking to purchase original art or hire artists for commissions. Buy art and get custom work from thousands of original living artists from around the world. Everything from paintings + photography + illustrations + graphic design + crafts and more . Free and easy to post and no fees for clients or artists!
r/ArtistLoungeA place for artists from redditgetsdrawn, sketchdaily, and other art-related subs to come together and discuss all non-business things related to art, including technique, art crit, media, culture, art history, etc.
r/FixMyPrintThe community of r/FixMyPrint will help you fix your 3D printer settings for the most optimal prints.
r/ResinCastingThe discussion of mold making and casting objects in various plastic resins. Whether you're casting models, miniatures, props, jewelry, or anything else, you'll find great tips and tricks here!
r/ArtCritA forum made for art feedback and helping other artists.
r/ZBrushAll things Zbrush.
r/GraffhelpWelcome to r/Graffhelp! Here you can find tips and tricks to improving your style, get criticism for your artwork or learn the basics to starting out in Graffiti!
r/WoodworkingAny videos related to woodworking. Tutorials, demonstrations, project builds etc…
r/resinprintingSubreddit dedicated to creating a community around users of SLA and other resin-based 3D printing systems. Feel free to ASK questions, POST cool prints, DISCUSS hardware designs, and SHARE anything you think is relevant to resin-based printing.
r/3DprintmythingWant something printed but can't afford a printer? Have a printer that just collects dust? Trying to sharpen up your modeling skills? Help each other out! This subreddit is for people with printers who are willing to design and print stuff out for others and send it to them, and for people who can't get a hold of a printer and want something printed!
r/epoxyFlooring, table-top, casting, corrosion resistance, immersion etc.
r/DicemakingA reddit for dice making artists to share their crafts, tips, and ask advice.
r/3DMAWelcome to 3DMA.
r/comic_critsThe mission of /r/Comic_Crits is to provide holistic feedback to comic creators based on the understanding that a comic is not just 'writing plus art', but rather a unique combination of both, bound together with elements of graphic design, layout, timing, 'cinematography,' and more.
r/ScalemodelWelcome to Scalemodel!
r/ArtEdA community for Art Teachers to share lessons, strategies, student artwork, seek advice, and support each other in the field of Art Education! 😃 Let’s make Reddit more colorful!