What does that all mean? Picasso, Banksy, and other traditional artists have always been able to sell their original, traditional art pieces to collectors who could then hold onto them in amazing art collections or sell them for a profit. NFTs are the same for digital artwork except they are made unique via cryptography and the blockchain. Lots of exciting developments are on the horizon too for NFT collectors who want to show off their collections.
My first month selling NFTs on Foundation was wildly successful (to me) but was also quite chaotic. I didn't have much of a plan other than to spread the word and see what would sell. My son Ian saw how much of my bandwidth this was all taking and suggested I slow down and make a schedule for everyone to follow (and stick to it). "That way you can still be an artist". I love that kid.
Here's the tentative schedule. I will try to stick to it as much as possible but there might be more if I create something new I want to mint. Also if Foundation approves my Collections I will have to add those to the calendar.
As a mercurial artist I reserve the right to change anything below. It's all just a thin framework rn so I can manage my large collection in my mind. I might mint some inexpensive ones on the weekend.
Mon 10/4/21 -- Metallurgy (2021)
SOLD for 1.25ETH
Wed 10/6/21 -- Pyre (2000)
SOLD for 4ETH
Fri 10/8/21 -- Sierra (Autumn) (2012)
Mon 10/11/21 -- Philomath (2021)
Wed 10/13/21 -- Morning Glory (1998)
Fri 10/15/21 -- Red and Gold (2008)