Freelancer Tips: How To Sell and Showcase Your Art Online
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In the Previous Class1:13
Showcase & Discover Creative Work7:45
Earn Extra Income from Artworks6:16
Create & Manage Online Store7:55
Create Website & Get Visible Online6:09
In the Next Class0:49
About This Class
In this class, seasoned artist Karina Eibatova shares all her tools and tricks for presenting, selling, and promoting her artwork online.
This class is really useful for anyone wanting to gain more online exposure and earn extra income from internet sales.
Karina speaks about her online appearance openly, and motivates her students to expand their artistic practice online and learn new tips and secrets in presenting works well, here are the steps to follow.
- The first aim of the class is to choose an online platform for creating a portfolio.
- Capture visually appealing screenshots and photographs of your works to present them well.
- Consider documenting your process as it is the most important step!
- Create an avatar or a logotype and ensure your nickname is unique online
- Create an online store on any platform that provides service for selling artistic items.
- Create a website, Facebook page, Instagram for professional use and other pages that will help spread your work on the web.
Karina lives a nomadic lifestyle - she always has been independent and started her career in the early age, without any financial support. Her online practice gives her a lot of freedom, at the moment she is based in Tokyo, all that will not be possible without the Internet. Her portfolio on Behance has a huge success and she has a constant flow of sales at her online store.
Don’t hesitate to follow your dream, then money will also follow.
P.S.: Music was done by Katerina Shikhova, she makes exclusive audios for videos.
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i appreciate all this very useful information! the possibilities to freelance are endless!
Karina Eibatova is an illustrator and fine-artist born in St.Petersburg, Russia. She lives a nomadic lifestyle and works as a freelancer, currently she is based in Tokyo.
Karina has been fortunate enough to make her living solely from her artworks and she shares the creative process and reveal some of her favorite tips on Skillshare.
The artist specializes in:
Her portfolio reveals a versatile artist equally adept at colorful surrealist explorations as well as more traditional approaches. Karina's work is connected to the notions of nature, peace and love. Influenced by Earth and space, she delicately transforms floral motives into her own surreal, psychedelic scenes, rebelling against the remorseless actions of society and the continual destruction of the environment.