I know its a little bit weird to post here, but I am selling some paintings on etsy & ebay but its not that satisfying to be honest to make 500-1000 $ per month, thats why I am figuring out where people also buy paintings and vintage art.
Today I learned that Print on Demand on FAA is where...
im Oujifrog and im currently taking commissions, my prices are as shown.
i can draw NSFW, furries, basic humans, plush, rendering, cartoon, and animatronics.
i cannot draw mechanical things like cars, trucks, boats, etc.
This site called Hoverlay lets you put your artwork in Augmented Reality, so people can preview your work in real life size against their own wall. You will need a photo of your art, and they create a link you can share or add to your site. Here’s one link I created in Hoverlay...
Is it a good idea to sell your creations online? I have some handmade accessories like hair clips, hairband, earrings etc and I am planning to sell them on crafterstown. Is it a good idea to sell them in the mentioned website?
Please suggest some ideas.
I'm an English artist and writer in Miami, I've just opened an online store for t-shirts and have a strong feeling I should be using social media to market it, don't know where to begin, does anyone have any suggestions for this - something quick to read perhaps and ideally suited to...