There are various format you can sell your art on either Deviant Art Tumblr eBay Etsy but all honesty if youre doing it via commission which I assume you are the best in the dude have a graph of your various skills in various medias depending on how you actually want to sell yourself like everythings digital you should show various ways of how you do that or if its just all traditional show various ways of that is basically advertise your skills that so people can know what they want and all that and if youre doing commissions its best to always get a PayPal since youre probably not going to be physically with the person to do physical transactions
You can trying selling them on Etsy
For any artist working today, selling art online has to be a major concern, and well worth investing some time and effort into. The use of a website and other online marketing resources simply cannot be ignored, as one of the potentially most lucrative ways of selling original artwork, as well as prints and reproductions. The possibilities opened up by the internet are totally revolutionary and effectively create a limitless marketplace for your art.
There is much talk of online sales taking over from physical galleries, but I think this is never going to happen completely. People still want to see artwork for themselves, particularly higher priced pieces of art. What online marketing can do, though, is raise awareness of your art to a degree that would have been impossible before. Simply by creating a website for your art you can instantly put your work in front of people from all around the world. And if you get your website right, the people viewing your work are not just random visitors with no particular interest in art, they are people who have just searched for something very closely related to your work.
This is part of the beauty of a well designed website - not only do you get lots of free visitors to your site, but you know they are there because they are looking for something that relates to what you have to offer. Therefore the chances of a sale are so much higher than with a person who sees your work just by chance. Part of this is to do with choosing the right keywords for your web pages, and using search engine optimization techniques to ensure your site shows up in search engine results.
The fundamental tool of selling art online is your personal website. Do not let a lack of experience or technical knowledge put you off getting your own website - it need not be an issue. Artists tend not to have money to throw at web designers, so you will probably need to do it yourself, but this is far more advantageous anyway. If you are your own webmaster you are in total control and can make changes and additions exactly when you want to.
Youre 17, many sales sites online require you be 18 or older. Have you tried googling selling my drawings and art online? That would be a basic first step.
Local sales (art hung on coffee café walls is a start) is often the best way to see how things go over.
Pipe dream .Sorry .
Dont do it online.
Approach local cafes and restaurants ask them to accept some of your work on consignment (they sell it and take a small percentage of the price) – they like it because they get to decorate their walls for free.
Join local art groups and take part in their seasonal exhibitions, maybe even get a local gallery to show your work.
pornhub, give it a saucy title so people click on it too, maybe put it in the back of a video.
its a very active website, many will see it, maybe youll be famous!
a porn site