Slightly related to another question, yet I have to ask separately.
I have a quite special personal project I'm working on for more than a year - it's related to creative activities: writing, art (including video games) and so on. It's kind of like a product of my talents and skills and thus, I consider it at least partially worthy to communicate as a project for professionals. That I'd really like to work in professional environments by exploiting the talent I've also exploited in this project (both technical and artistic) led me to this assumption.
On the other hand, the project itself, both in context and in structure, lacks the clean and professional aesthetics and it's definitely visible that it's a personal hobby-project for entertaining others - with varying degree of success. Because of this reason, I'm unsure if I should share it on LinkedIn.
My experience is that the résume is what keeps more strictly professional, and LinkedIn is what can be slightly loose, hence I decided to add my hobby-projects there - so this question can actually be extendable to any other personal projects, as usually they can ben qualified the same way. (=made by exploiting own talents, yet usually lacking professionalism)
How do I determine the best way to handle this topic?