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How To Make NFT Art To Sell

Before connecting to an Ethereum network to upload any NFT, it has to be created. A NFT can be anything that you decide to digitize, from taking a photo with your camera, to taking a photo of your physical artwork.

More recognizably, you can create a graphic NFT image using an app on your phone phone and if you are up for the challenge here is the time to advance your skills and learn technical graphic design through computer software.

NFTs have reawaken the purpose and value of art.

Beeple, Everydays – The First 5000 Days NFT, 21,069 pixels x 21,069 pixels (316,939,910 bytes). Image courtesy the artist and Christie’s.

NFTs have revolutionized the creative world and many are still wondering how can they get a piece of the digital pie. With NFTs selling for the high millions of dollars, and allowing every creative skill level to participate, there is no reason not to create your own. Back in March Beeples, Everydays-The First 5000 Days sold for a whopping $69 million.

Image by Rostislav Uzunov

NFTs have reawaken the purpose and value of art. Rather you call yourself an artist or not, by creating a NFT it gives you the freedom of expression and allows you to make passive income with the new age money, cryptocurrency. Days of the “starving artist” have come to an end because of the accessibility of getting your work seen by millions of people through the many NFT marketplaces.

No longer does your art have to sit in your room to be only praised by friends. No longer do you have pay galleries and curators high fees for your work to never sell. You can take matters into your own hands and make higher profits than you would with typical art payments.

How To Make NFT Art To Sell:

Easy: Turn A Photo Into A NFT.

Advanced: Use Your Original Art.

Challenging: Learn Graphic Design.

Article By K. Crystal Carter

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