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This November, writers participated in month-long projects, such as NaNoWriMo and NaBloPoMo, which pushed them to write more and often. Illustrators and artists were also busy sketching away for NaNoDrawMo, which challenged participants to produce a minimum of 50 new works between November 1 and 30.

We highlighted some artists in our community in an illustrator showcase at en.blog.wordpress.com, and also talked to two illustrators, Thomas James and Mark Armstrong, about how they use their blogs to display their work — and how WordPress.com suits their needs as visual artists.

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