<p class="heading_excerpt">You might want to consider uploading your 3D art to ArtStation for the upcoming online showcase.</p> Launched in 2014, ArtStation is an online art portfolio and community for hobbyist and professional artists. Anyone is welcome to make create an account, though ArtStation seems to gear more towards creatives interested in joining the video games, film, and entertainment industries. Which is exactly why the website is now working with one of today's biggest video game developers and publishers. An ArtStation and Epic Games Event This March 1-5, ArtStation is partnering with Epic Games to bring us Unreal Days: an online showcase of 3D artwork that ArtStation users have created in Unreal Engine, Twinmotion, and Quixel Megascans. Throughout all of "Unreal Days," ArtStation will highlight the Unreal Engine channel on ArtStation’s homepage. These works will also be promoted on other parts of the site and on ArtStation's official social media. The Unreal Engine channel enables you to scroll endlessly through stunning artwork created in Unreal Engine, Twinmotion, or Quixel Megascans. You can add your own art to to it by selecting any one of the three software from your portfolio manager when you upload or edit a project. Is ArtStation not where you want to maintain your portfolio? We have a list of the best website builders for creating one. ArtStation Supports Its 3D Student Artists If you're an ArtStation user as well as a post-secondary student learning Unreal Engine, Twinmotion, or Quixel Megascans, the website suggests tagging your art with #UnrealStudent. You can then connect with other students on ArtStation, and make your work easier to find for employers that are looking to hire fresh graduates. Additionally, Artstation and Epic Games will be giving away a handful of $25 ArtStation gift cards to randomly selected artists that post in the #UnrealStudent channel. Gift cards can be spent on premium resources and tutorials on the ArtStation Marketplace. Epic Settles Fortnite Class-Action With V-Bucks <p class="">Epic has now resolved its loot-crate fiasco by paying gamers off with in-game currency.</p> About The Author Jessibelle Garcia (78 Articles Published) Most days, you can find Jessibelle curled up underneath a weighted blanket in a cozy apartment in Alberta. She is a freelance writer that loves digital art, video games, and gothic fashion. More From Jessibelle Garcia Subscribe To Our Newsletter Join our newsletter for tech tips, reviews, free ebooks, and exclusive deals! One More Step…! Please confirm your email address in the email we just sent you.