How to Make PASSIVE INCOME as a Full Time Artist 💰 – Digital Artist Vlog

In this episode of my digital artist vlog, I’ll share my favorite methods for earning passive income online as a digital artist. Passive income is a great way to make it possible to be a full time artist or make a little money off your digital art.

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Argeesart says:

Hi Aaron! Shutterstock says they need a 4mp jpg for submission. None of my artwork comes close to that size. Do you have a suggestion on how to get my artwork that size?

johamint says:

This is your 3rd video I’ve watched ever since discovering you (about an hour ago), and I just HAVE to thank you for being very insightful as well as providing helpful information in an easy-to-grasp fashion. Your videos helped me a lot! Subscribed 🙂

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Julian Teal says:

does this idea work for traditional art to?

TwilightLaceDream says:

Is it possible to use free software such as Krita to make digital art to use on merchandise like shirts, mugs, or even make prints to sell instead of something more expensive like Adobe Illustrator? This may be a little out of subject, but do I need to use Adobe software or some other software that costs money in order to make a living as an artist? Would it be unprofessional to use free software instead?

KiritaWindwalker says:

Has YouTube’s new rules and changes on how you get Ad Revenue effected your earnings as a Vlogger or artist? I know its caused tons of issues for other YouTubers especially gamers.

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