I'm new to cryptocurrency and NFT. (Please correct me where I have misunderstood something. I am making some assumptions too)
Now I'm hearing everyone around me talking about NFT. I couldn't resist so I watched a couple of videos online about how to create your wallet, add money and then create NFT by paying those listing fee etc.
Now, I make pencil sketches and sometimes digital illustrations. It's a hobby, not a profession.
But now that I'm hearing about NFT a lot, I wonder if I can also earn money from it or not.
So my question is:
How easy/tough is to sell the NFT? And does it have to actually an interesting art or being unique is the only thing required to be sold?
I don't mind if I have a final profit (subtracting all those listing fee and commissions) for one NFT is $5 or $50. As long as I have some profit I would consider it a benefit.
Now I know I can pretty easily create a unique artwork. Almost every pencil sketch or digital illustration has something unique in it. No one can create a 100% same artwork unless you digitally copy it. So that way, selling it should be no problem.
For example, I would go to a forest and take a photo, it would become unique automatically. Some other photographer can go to same forest and never he will get same pixels in the photo that I had got. It can be 99.99% same but not 100%.
So I really want to know, does it have to be actually interesting? Will I need some audience/views on it? (just like we get on YouTube channel videos, where once we have a lot of views, only then we start earning money)
I googled about it but couldn't find any good information. All they talk like is if you're an artist you can earn money using NFT. Nobody talks if your artworks needs a lot of views or it has to be interesting/creative art actually or not.
In other words, I don't know whether you have to be actually a good artist or being unique is the only key, no matter how boring and how below average is the stuff you create.