How to Make NFT ART with Lumion

A 3d artist called Beeple just sold his artwork called the first 5000 days for 69 million dollars at auction at Christie’s. For those who don’t know who Beeple is, he’s an artist that spent the last 13 years creating digital artwork every single day. And now he collected his first 5000 days of work, merged them all together into one single piece, and sold it for 69 million dollars. That’s right, 69M USD. 

There are a lot of artists selling their digital art for thousands of dollars, and all of this is possible now due to NFTs.

So, NFT stands for Non-Fungible Tokens. This means it’s unique, there’s nothing alike and cannot be replaced! 

These are unique digital assets, it can be jpegs, video clips, or even music! Each NFT can be bought and sold, just like physical assets, but the blockchain allows for ownership and validity of each of these digital assets to be tracked.

You have many sites where you can apply to sell your NFTs, like Superare, Rarible, Marketplace, OpenSea, and many more! I currently hate 2 digital artworks for sale on OpenSea, you can check them out here and here.

In this video, I want to show you how you can create a conceptual artwork in Lumion, that could be sold as a NFT. Let’s get started!

Watch it here

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