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Share Your Source Files with the Creative Community

Xiaomi - Wallpapers by Rutger Paulusse and Geert van Hooff
Share Your Source Files with the Creative Community
Published November 11, 2022 by the Behance Team

Behance’s mission is to help creatives build and expand their skill sets. One great advantage of being a part of our global community is being able to learn from our collective knowledge. Digital files can be a valuable resource for learning new workflows and kickstarting your creative process.

Previously, we launched the ability to attach a link to a source file directly to any Behance project. Now you can attach downloadable files directly to your projects so viewers can dive deeper and learn from your content

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To attach a source file to a new project or an existing project, open the project editor and you will find the option to upload your assets from the panel on the right. 

We support over 25 different file types including JPG, PNG, SVG, PSD, AI, PDF, TTF, and more (you can see the full list of supported file types here), up to 100MB.

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You can search for Behance projects with source files, and use our newly added filters for specific categories, including fonts, illustrations, photos, templates, and vectors. Web 1920 – 2

Soon we’ll be adding the ability to upload paid source files. Market your digital assets to the world's largest creative community of over 30 million members and earn money creating what you love. You will be able to set your own price, and you can continue monetizing on other platforms. 

Stay tuned for more updates!

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