A collection of communities around computer graphics topics - if you liked subreddits like, r/animation, r/3dmodeling, r/vfx, etc, then check these out!

/c/nukevfx - For Nuke compositors specifically


/c/compositing - For compositors of all kinds (After Effects, Nuke, Fusion, Photoshop and more)


/c/animation - For animators and animation enthusiasts


/c/3dmodeling - For software-agnostic 3D modeling tips and tricks. All programs welcome!


/c/webgl - For the many ways you can create 3D graphics on the web, including WebGL, ThreeJS, PolygonJS, and more.



Just search for a community you’re interested in from your home instance - for example, search for !3dmodeling@lemmy.graphics and it will show up. If it doesn’t, wait for the “No Results” text to disappear and check for it in the communities list and click the subscribe button.

Create a post

A place to post new communities all over Lemmy for discovery and promotion.


The rules may be more established as time goes on, but it’s important to have a foundation to work on.

1. Follow the rules of Lemmy.world - These rules are the same as Mastodon.world’s rules, which can be found here.

2. Include a community title and description in your post title. - A following example of this would be New Communities - A place to post new communities all over Lemmy for discovery and promotion.

3. Follow the formatting. - The formatting as included below is important for people getting universal links across Lemmy as easily as possible.


Please include this following format in your post:

[link text](/c/community@instance.com)

This provides a link that should work across instances, but in some cases it won’t

You should also include either:


or instance.com/c/community


Q: Why do I get a 404?

A: At least one user in an instance needs to search for a community before it gets fetched. Searching for the community will bring it into the instance and it will fetch a few of the most recent posts without comments. If a user is subscribed to a community, then all of the future posts and interactions are now in-sync.

Q: When I try to create a post, the circle just spins forever. Why is that?

A: This is a current known issue with large communities. Sometimes it does get posted, but just continues spinning, but sometimes it doesn’t get posted and continues spinning. If it doesn’t actually get posted, the best thing to do is try later. However, only some people seem to be having this problem at the moment.

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Fahmi, CC BY 4.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

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