As an artist, I have a lot of content that I have created.
I use many different mediums and sales are one way for me to monetize my work.
I show my work on my own website and have an Etsy shop online. But rather than sell my artwork one piece at a time, I’d like to create multiple copies of my work and sell them all at once.
I also want to make sure that people who purchase the item will be able to resell it if they no longer want it or need it for whatever reason.
This is where a platform like OpenSea comes in! On OpenSea and other similar platforms, you can buy artwork just like walking into a shop or museum. OpenSea is an Ethereum-based marketplace that allows users to buy, sell, and trade digital assets like my art work as an NFT.
These platforms are a great way for me to market and sell my artwork. Potential customers can easily search through a variety of NFT images and find what they’re looking for all in one place.
This approach answers not only my sales dilemma, but it’s also a great way to get noticed by collectors! But first, there are some important steps that I need to take to help potential customers find my NFTs easily.
Be sure to accurately describe the features of your artwork. Images, colors and quantities of the NFT to be minted should be prominently featured.
You also have the option to select a fixed price or an auction. But always be sure to consider minting network (also called gas) fees with your auction pricing.
Selling an NFT for .05 Ethereum with gas fees of .08 is a money-losing proposition.
If you want to buy from artists like me on OpenSea check out their website! And if you are an artist who would rather focus on your art and leave the sales to someone else, contact Vast Agency at firstname.lastname@example.org .