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At the very bottom of this page, I can see all sorts of sites, like rpg, math, and even bicycles, but there is no site for digital art (like photoshop, paint.NET, etc.)!

Could someone please tell me if there is one, and if so, where? Thanks!

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Whenever you want to see if certain site exists in the Stack Exchange network, just check this list: stackexchange.com/sites#traffic. You can sort it by name as well to make it more easy to find. –  Shadow Wizard Nov 4 '12 at 14:31
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Graphic Design might be close to what you're looking for. From the site's FAQ:

What kind of questions can I ask here?

Graphic Design is for questions targeted toward 2D design professionals, students, and enthusiasts.

This includes questions about:

  • Graphic arts theory and history; "Why" we do what we do and not necessarily the "how" in logo design, fonts & typography, visual communication
  • Web design
  • Layout and printing
  • Illustration
  • Digital media
    Examples: video, Adobe Flash

but not about:

  • Simple "How to" questions
  • Brainstorming or idea gathering
  • Technical questions related to 3D software
  • Technical questions related to video editing software
  • Web site architecture and development
  • Examples: HTML that doesn't include CSS, server-side issues
  • Landscaping and architecture

Please read the rest of the FAQ thoroughly (and earn your Analytical badge) and browse the site's existing questions before you ask your own.

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Thanks! This helps. –  Doorknob Nov 4 '12 at 14:45
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Photography might fit some of your questions.

You might also want to check out the Arts section of Area51 where you can vote on and propose new stack exchange sites if you have one in mind that doesn't exist yet.

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