However I'm not sure if I should include this as a hobby in my CV as I only do it to try stuff and get experience. This results in the quality being quite amateurish. As an example, here is a link to one of my creations on Jing.
If I get asked about this in an interview, I think it will become obvious that the quality of my work is pretty low. I think this might cause more harm than good. But I can see this being beneficial regardless as it shows I continue to grow my skills outside work, etc.
- How can I determine when to include fun projects (which might not be high quality) on a resume?