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Network works, don't get me wrong, but if it is not in your personality, it can feel a bit weird to do. From my experience, having a solid portfolio was a major factor. I tried Behance but my student subscription ended after I graduated, so I went with Google Sites (link goes to Google's tutorial on how to build a portfolio. I do not recommend adding your photo to the first page). They're free and you can build a... - Source: Reddit / about 2 months ago
As it is preferred to have a portfolio to show people what you it is not needed but it might decrease your chances in getting a job/task to do, if you have some projects done and you can show them with the source code that should be enough but if you have those then you should post your project as an album to either https://Imgur.com or to https://behance.net as a project, both are free to use by the way. - Source: Reddit / about 2 months ago
Fontsquirrel.com and behance.net are good resources for me. - Source: Reddit / 4 months ago
You can also look at projects on places like behance.net or Dribble to see how others have done "corporate" design. - Source: Reddit / 4 months ago
I suggest you explore behance.net and deviantart.com and when you find an artist you like, message them for a price quote. $200 should be fine for original cover art, there is also a chance you can go lower (and of course many artists will ask eventually ask for a lot more). Likely that the artist won't even have to create something new for you but they have dozens of works laying around which they can show you. - Source: Reddit / 4 months ago
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