Sell your artwork with Draw More for free
Why Sell On Draw More ?
Our support specialists ensure our artists and buyers are financially protected on every sale.
- Free to list your artwork for sale.
- We handle shipping – you only pay for packaging.
- No fees.
- Receive 80% profit on every artwork sold.
- Secure online payments
Points To Keep In Mind
- Before an artwork is published, we’ll review it. We try our best to either publish it or respond with a review request within 2 to 3 days.
- If an artwork was not approved but rejected, then your artwork may not be eligible to be listed for selling. you will have to meet the requirements needed to sell your artwork. After adjusting the required information, you may submit for approval again.
- There is no limit to the number of artworks you can upload. We invite you to post and sell as many of your artworks as you’d like.
- Add upto 5 additional images. Uploading more images of your artwork will enable a buyer to get more sense of it. Close up details, artwork from different angles and how it looks on wall.
- The best image size for optimal results on DRAW MORE is min. 500KB, max. 10MB
- We do require studio-quality images of sculpture. Photographs must show the sculpture in a neutral background. All sculptures or 3D artworks should have at least one additional image which shows the artwork from a different angle.
- Artists must provide accurate information of artwork which includes price, dimensions, frame materials, medium, weight, artwork description, art materials used etc.
- Each sold artwork must be accompanied by a Certificate Of Authenticity. Once an artwork has been sold, we’ll provide you all the required labels along with Certificate Of Authenticity through email.
Artwork Upload Instructions
There are several conditions that you should follow to ensure that the images are of high quality and accurately represent the artwork:
Lighting : Make sure the artwork is well-lit, preferably with natural light or good-quality studio lighting. Avoid harsh shadows, glare, and uneven lighting.
Background : Use a plain and neutral background that does not detract from the artwork. A simple white or grey background is usually best.
Camera : Use a good-quality camera or smartphone with a high-resolution camera. A camera with at least 8 megapixels or more is recommended.
Positioning : Place the artwork in the center of the frame and make sure it is straight and level. Avoid distortion and perspective issues.
Distance : Ensure that the artwork is in focus and that it fills most of the frame. Avoid taking the picture too far or too close.
Reflections : Avoid any reflections or glare on the artwork, especially if it has a shiny surface.
Editing : Use photo-editing software to adjust the brightness, contrast, and color balance of the image. Be careful not to over-edit or distort the artwork.
By following these conditions, you can ensure that the images of your artwork are clear, detailed, and accurately represent the original artwork.
How To Price An Artwork ?
Pricing artwork can be a difficult task, and there are several factors to consider when deciding on the price. Here are some tips to help you decide on an artwork’s price: Let’s say you are an artist who has created a 24″ x 24″ acrylic painting on canvas. You have spent approximately 15 hours creating the piece, and the materials cost you ₹1000.
Determine your costs: Add the cost of materials to the time you spent creating the artwork. If you value your time at ₹500 per hour, the total cost of creating the artwork would be ₹8500 (₹1000 for materials + 15 hours x ₹500 per hour).
Research the market for similar artworks to get an idea of what other artists are charging for similar pieces. If similar paintings are selling for around ₹15,000, you may want to price your painting in that range. If you are an established artist with a strong reputation and following, you may be able to charge a higher price for your artwork. If you are just starting out, you may need to price your work lower to attract buyers.
Size and complexity: Larger and more complex artworks generally take more time and effort to create, and may therefore command a higher price.
Unique features: If your artwork has unique features or materials, such as incorporating 24K gold leaf or using a rare type of paint, it may be priced higher.
Sometimes, the emotional value of an artwork can be a factor in pricing it. For example, if the artwork has personal significance to the artist or has a powerful message, it may be priced higher.
Using these factors, you might decide to price your artwork at ₹15,000, which would cover your costs, allow for a profit, and be competitive with similar works on the market. Remember, pricing artwork is subjective and can vary based on many factors. It’s important to research the market, consider your costs and reputation, and be realistic about the value of your artwork.
Provide Accurate Details Of Artwork
Providing accurate details of artwork is important for several reasons, such as ensuring that the artwork is correctly identified, properly valued, and appropriately attributed. Here are some instructions to provide accurate details of artwork:
Artist name: Identify the name of the artist who created the artwork. If the artist is not known, indicate “anonymous” or “unknown.”
Title of the artwork: Indicate the title of the artwork. If the artwork doesn’t have an official title, describe it in a clear and concise manner.
Medium: Specify the medium used to create the artwork, such as oil paint, acrylic, watercolor, charcoal, or mixed media. Be as specific as possible.
Dimensions: Provide the dimensions of the artwork, such as height, width, and depth. For sculptures, include the height and width of the base.
Description of artwork: Describe your artwork, write the story or concept behind that. It may catch buyers attention and make him interested to buy your work.
Date of creation: Indicate the year, or year range, in which the artwork was created. If the date is unknown, use “circa” (abbreviated as “c.” or “ca.”) to indicate an approximate date.
Signature: If the artwork is signed, indicate the location of the signature, such as the bottom right corner or on the back of the artwork.
Condition: Describe the condition of the artwork, including any damages or restorations that may have been made.
Images: Provide high-quality images of the artwork from different angles, including any signatures, inscriptions, or labels.
By providing accurate details of artwork, you can help ensure that the artwork is properly identified, valued, and attributed, which can be important for its preservation, conservation, and sale.
We’re thrilled that you’d like to sell your work on Draw More! In order to get started, you will first need to fill the form here, and provide all the necessary information correctly. Before your artwork is published, we’ll review it. We try our best to either publish it or respond with a review request within 2 to 3 days.
We support the work of all emerging artists. If you are at least 18 years of age, then you can sell your art on Draw More.
We provide a platform for artists to sell works in a variety of mediums, including: painting, collage, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, mixed media, limited edition prints, installation, and open edition prints etc.
Once you sell an artwork, you will receive an email informing you of the sale. You will need to schedule a date and time for the courier to pick up your sold artwork. We’ll also supply you with any shipping documents and labels you may need. Don’t worry about covering the shipping costs, as the buyer is responsible for the cost of shipping. You will be responsible for the cost of packaging your artwork.
You will be able to get your payout 7 days after your artwork has been safely delivered to the buyer. Draw More will take 20% commission on the final sale and the rest of the amount will be paid by cheque/ UPI/ wire transfer or RTGS to you
If you sell an original artwork, Draw More will take a 20% commission on the final sale price. With our low commission, you earn more selling your work with Draw More.