How to get started with creating your own NFT art

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Oh boy, have I got a treat for you! For all you NFT art lovers who are looking to create their own, this post is going to show you how easy it can be. And if you’ve ever wanted to get into 3D modeling but don’t know where to start? This post is also right up your alley. Ready? Let’s do this!

make something

So, you want to make your own NFT art? Awesome! Because there’s nothing stopping you—there are no rules or limitations on what kind of work you can produce. There are also no specific technical requirements for creating NFT artwork; any matter (or non-matter) can be used as a canvas and any method of production is acceptable.

With that in mind, it might be helpful to ask yourself what kind of experience you’d like to provide your audience before diving in. This will help guide the choices made during the design process and determine how many resources are necessary for producing it.

upload it to (or other marketplace)

Once you have created your artwork, it’s time to upload it to a marketplace. There are several options available on the internet, but the most popular is ( Head over there and follow their instructions for uploading an image file (usually .jpg or .png). The process is straightforward: just make sure that the file name includes “art” in it so that Mintable knows what kind of asset this is! Once uploaded, Mintable will assign an NFT address to your artwork which acts as a unique identifier for everyone who views or interacts with it online.

mint it

Once you’ve created your artwork, it’s time to make that piece of digital art a NFT. You can do this through the minting process, which involves registering your token with a platform that supports it.

I recommend checking out and Cryptovoxels for this purpose, but there are other options out there as well (check out NFT Central for more information). These sites will allow you to mint tokens associated with your artwork in exchange for their native currencies—which can then be used in multiple ways on the platform itself or even traded for other cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin or Ethereum.

find your address on cryptovoxels and make a plot with it

  • You can find your address on by going to the marketplace and typing in your name.
  • If you don’t see your name, try it again with a different spelling or capitalization.
  • If that still doesn’t work, check out ( – they have a search function that is not limited to just first names!

add your NFT image from to the plot that is now your address on cryptovoxels

Now that you’ve created your own NFT art, you can add it to your plot on cryptovoxels.

  • From the mintable marketplace:!/@hashtag/your-nft-art
  • From the cryptokitties marketplace:!/@hashtag/your-nft-art


And that’s it! You’ve created your own NFT art, and it’s ready to be minted on the blockchain. You can find out more about how you can use your new NFT art by reading this article or checking out  website at [](


Congratulations! You now have your own NFT art. Now it’s time to share it with the world.