Since I work mostly in 3d, joining Sketchfab was a logical thing to do. I’ve been on Sketchfab almost since the company’s startup.
Working with Sketchfab models is actually very beneficial for my work. In the end-phase, I can display a model as a small application to show and hide and annotate the different objects, but also as a work in progress it has enormous benefits: it is so much easier to be sure that what I’m making is correct if the client can see the drafts from all sides with the reassurance that it’s hidden for anyone else but them.
I have a large following at Sketchfab, and I work closely with the people there. I am even one of the few Sketchfab Masters around.
Here’s the link to my portfolio there: