She became Eleven 😉
There are many different ways to promote and sell your artwork (that I know of).
This is a great way to really get yourself and your artwork out there. Since it is one of the most-used social media sites, you are almost guaranteed to get people to view your art (if your account is public).
favorites: @yaoyaomva @anna_cattish
Tumblr is honestly the first site I go to view artwork and get inspiration. There are lots of interesting things on there, and art of some sort seems to be the main thing posted.
favorites: @waneella @anthonysamaniego @havekat
MAKE YOUR OWN BLOG/WEBSITE:
It’s what I’m currently doing, although I hope that one day I can have a Tumblr account as well :’). If you’re lucky enough, people will view your artwork like hey, that’s actually really good!
OTHER ART-SHARING WEBSITES:
favorites: @drawkill (deviant art) (I love how they draw a ton of eyes and put their own twist on already existing characters!)
ps: Don’t be afraid to show drawings that you don’t have much confidence in (if you’re not selling the work). I have plenty of drawings that I think are embarassing now, just look at my past drawings haha! People will most likely be more inclined to listening to you when you show your flaws and admit to them; because that’s something that can be hard to do. 😉