Your NFT Art Won’t Sell Unless You Do This

Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are an extremely exciting opportunity for graphic designers and digital artists. For the artists interested in getting into this space, the #1 thing you need to keep in mind is your brand and building a community. It will be much harder to sell your art as an NFT if you do not have a community excited about what you do and what you make. Posting one link on your Twitter to your NFT is not nearly enough to make somebody want to buy your art.

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  1. 2 YEARS LATERRR…. you won`t sell NFT becasue bubbble explode and its dead , unless you are a real artist not some one who make not valuable cards. cheers.

  2. If artists will have to do art based on what is trendy in the NFT universe, then NFT is not for you and they should stick with the traditional way to sale physical art.

  3. Thanks for this amazing information !! If you don't find a means of multiplying money, you will wake up one day to realize that the money you thought you had, has finished. Investment is key, I pray that anyone who reads this will be successful in life

  4. Crazy idea here: Picture book or comic book where each page is part of a NFT collection. Can this sell? Best to auction to the higher bidder or just let it grow? It could be interesting maybe to put all the pages together and create 10K versions of the book with different images and different stories. Please let me know of your thoughts on this

  5. Have you heard of the NFT project called Elmonx Mona Lisa? There are 330 editions licensed through Bridgeman. Sleeper project imo.

  6. im an artist ,someone wants me to pay to sell my art as an nft ,i find this weird but need money ,why wouldnt they want to buy the actual canvas so they can put it on their wall ???

  7. I just discovered NFTs this morning. A person who buys and sells NFT art asked if I would be willing to sell to them as NFT?

    I said I am happy to sell to anyone, I asked them what NFT was. But also took the time to watch some videos on YouTube explaining what NFT is.

    I'm interested in 2 things.

    No double jeopardy for ownership of the physical original artwork, or reproductions.

    Getting paid in real cash, not crypto or online currency.

    How would this work?

  8. If you want to get your Arts listed on great traction Marketplaces that's about to go massive, try putting Upstairs as your target marketplace to secure and provide your Art it's worth and value,

  9. I have drawn online for many years but never sell things of my own for once, I just wanted to draw. And then Ethereum and NFT come to my life, and I think it's time for me to change a little bit. I think that "SOLD" is another state of my drawing and my communication with others different from just displayed online.

  10. I'm about to start creating NFTs I'm starting with 20 bored apes, and all 20 are different personalities of one called Khausmo, I'll keep the first and sell the other 19 if anyone is interested in at least looking at them and giving me feed back. After the 19 have sold I'll post the first one I made and hope it's more popular at that ppoint. I've always been an artist especially when it comes to drawing and sculpting. NFTs are a new genre of art and open up a new way for artists to make a living doing this, especially if they have a certain disability and nobody will hire them. Like me I have epilepsy, actually a rare case of it and my used to be neurologist Dr. Jetter who is known around the world, said she actually didn't know specifically what kind of epilepsy I had. Honestly I've been doing better without the meds and still can't get a job. So I'm trying to use what I love which is art, and trying to make a living from it. Haven't started selling NFTs but I will soon so just hit me up if you might be interested.

  11. 1 month in and I can see I'm not ever going to sell a NFT. I promote on instagram and FB but since twitter has perma banned me…. I can forget about getting verified on Opensea. It's a scam in and of itself.

  12. I am a bit disillusioned and Frustrated… I want to create NFT’s using few different mediums and NOT just take the same image, mint it over and over again making it “different” , but that’s a lot of what I see…. I want to make original one of a kind NFT’s but apparently the cookie cutter approach is the standard.
    I come from a long line of artists in my family, but somehow the drawing gene missed me. 😂
    However I’m finding this May be a way for me to unleash my inner Artist. Should I just go for it and make whatever I want, and how I want?? Beeple does.

  13. Gary, Im a new artist..with a rapidly growing client base, but not enough to say I have a successful branded name. Been approached by someone who wants to buy NFT's off me…how do i come up with a reasonable ball park figure to offer my art as NFT's? any advice very welcome, Thanks, Michael (UK)

  14. "Your NFT art won't sell unless you do this"

    Do what?

    This video is just Gary V listing things that he likes and advising people to have close social circles, which is something 99 percent of people on the planet do already.

    What is the point of this video? Wtf are these two dinguses talking about? I got absolutely nothing out of this video. Gary Vee is a sheister telling losers to "hustle" and pretending that it's advice.

    I'm actually mad my culture tolerates this.

  15. I’ve been an artist for Topps and MLB for years now. I also work for Star Wars, Disney, Star Trek and so much more and have been considering NFTs. Will see how it goes but I prefer selling physical art

  16. Yup this is the reality. I've honed my drawing skills for years, and couldn't sell my art for squat. Yes it important to hone your art skills, but if you wanna be able to sell, it's equally and at some point even more important to build connections within a community which for me is even harder. But this is truly an eye opener.

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