Do you consider yourself to be a "Fine" NFT Artist?

Hi everyone! Hope you are all well and weathering the crazy rollercoaster ride of ETH and NFTs.
I’ve been considered successful in the analog art world and have branched to create NFTs, recently getting verified on Rarible. Have you? What strategies have you used to price and market your work? Show it here!
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Hi, congrats. I actually just got the email today that I was verified, which is fantastic - though I haven’t gotten the check mark visible yet, maybe it takes some time? My page: rarible.com/colorfulpollution

One thing I can tell you I’ve learned is that Twitter is the main place. Market there. Build a profile (for just your art, for you as an artist) and engage, engage. Build followers and showcase and link to your Rarible work. Best of luck -

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Definitely, most of my work are in line with Fine Art Photohography, as NFTs I just convert my pictures into something more special like a gif or thinking of making a few vids.
Either way I concur with @colorfulpollution, Twitter is the place to be for promoting NFTs
Find me here - https://rarible.com/lentillenu

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I just adjusted my NFT a little and started to believe in myself way more.

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You’re right Twitter is important. I am also a collector and I like to look at the instagram of the artists because we see a little more of their art there especially if they are on several platforms. The personal site is very important too!

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Im not sure im a “fine” artist…
but im tryin to give the world what i think as a “fine” art…
and here are some of work…

by using this collection, i wanna remind ppl that sometimes soulmates are not found but made,
people meet, they get feeling and they work on it to build a relationship
so far my collection has released til chapter 13.

come check my profile if ur interested https://rarible.com/12687

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Thanks for this insight.

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Congrats! I notice that you DO have a checkmark this morning. All the best. Thanks for the advice! I do have a twitter account and will use it more!

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Thanks for your advice. Nice work!

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Thanks for your reply. Now, I’d be really interested to hear how you decided to price your work!

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Yes, I’m a fine artist with a BFA and an additional year of graphic design. Just dipping my toes in the NFT waters here. And I finally got verified so that’s good! https://t.co/afiP76Djbz?amp=1

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Welcome! Congratulations. See? Patience did pay off. All the best. Let us know how you decide to price your work.

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I consider myself fine, if along the way the arts wanna join into this, goood… :upside_down_face:

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This is considered as fine art. I’m no fine artist. I hope I’m a fine NFT one though. :grin:

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Hi Faith! Well, I guess the definition of “fine” art is a broad one. Your work is certainly more “painterly” than this piece. This is almost graphic design. My work also borders between architectural rendering, graphic design, and “fine” art. The NFT world provides a whole new twist in that so much of it is animated and I’ve tried to incorporate that into my portfolio. I’m very interested in how you price your work in the NFT marketplace. Best!

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Painterly yes that does describe my art well.
As for price I look at the time is has taken and what mood I’m in. lol

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One of the exciting things about the NFT space is how it opens up the notion of what art is. Now creative people can define themselves as artists, without waiting for approval from outside. This means there is a level of chaos and uncertainty about what constitutes quality. This uncertainty creates breathing room around the notion of fine art and into that space a new type of art is growing. Sometimes its ugly, sometimes beautiful. I am interested to see will something profound emerge or will it be overwhelmed by silliness and mediocrity? I come from a fine art background and I value art history, beyond that I am trying to resist putting a label on what my NFT art is.

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I’m Good But I have lots of room to Grow. :+1:
Here’s my latest piece. :point_down:
Is it a “Fine” NFT ?

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Well said! Thanks for your candor. It is a Brave New World.

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Your Token is Foxy Fine!

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