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Are you a creative looking for a new home? Are you tired of having your updates swallowed in a sea of obscurity? Do you want a place where you can be as creative as you want, with like-minded people who are there to cheer you on? Then you need Inkscape.
As a creative, I’ve always found it hard to get my work seen in many of the established social media outlets. I’ll be honest and say that I don’t show off my work on Facebook as I use that as more of a way to connect with family and friends. However, I do a lot of networking on sites such as Twitter and Pinterest, as well as chat sites such as Discord. But there’s a new kid on the block called Inkscape.
Created by author and fellow creative C.S. Ratliff, this is a brand new social media outlet made especially for creatives. Now, when I say that, I’m not just talking about writers. This is for writers, artists, craftsmen, and anyone else who has a passion for creation. It’s a place to get new ideas, find out how to go about marketing your ideas, or just finding someone to talk to about your latest disappointment.
Now, that being said, it’s important to stress the fact that as of this posting, Inkscape is BRAND NEW. Like maybe a week or so old. At this time, there aren’t very many members, but that’s changing quickly. As time moves on, this site has the potential to be an amazing resource for creatives all types. I’m very excited about this idea and am thrilled that I get to watch this site grow from its infancy to whatever the future may hold.
Creator C.S. Ratliff is a published author with 3 books under his belt and another set to be published in March 2021. He’s also a talented roleplay writer who’s created some wonderful 0therworldly characters. Currently, he writes as several characters in The Darkened Veil universe. He’s voiced the characters of Lycaon, the first werewolf, Merlin the Magician, and Rumpelstiltskin. You can find out more about him and his work by following him on Twitter.
Being a creative can be a rather solitary existence. But with a place like Inkscape, you don’t have to create alone anymore. Check out Inkscape today and see if you can’t find something to get those creative juices flowing.
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