Let's make a big splash with the Skully Series on OpenSea.
The plan is to have three drops:
1. Sept 22, 1 Skully.
2. Oct 22, 23 Skullys.
3. Nov 22, 120 Skullys!
Pre order starts soon. Please follow @SkullySeries on IG or Twitter for updates.
Join the Discord for upcoming Skully planning!
Sketching and Drawing Discord
In a Sea of NFTs, there is a combination of Comics, Animation, Hip Hop and Culture coming!
The NFT marketplace has created a modern-day renaissance allowing artists to push the boundaries of art. It makes sense as art has evolved beyond frescoes, canvas, and even pencil on paper. Art and the mediums we use to create have started to reflect the power of technology available to artists.
With technology by our side, we are no longer held back by flat 2D art, murals on a wall, or even animation on a streaming platform. Artists love to push creativity further and further past what we are used to; that is their job, and the multitude of 10,000 derivative collections are proving it every day. Now, a team with a coder, an artist, and a smooth social media manager are creating large collections with gamified tokens, derivatives, variations, iterations, and utilities.
continue reading: NFT Hours Website.
I started drawing skulls as a young child, as a Chicano growing up in East LA, Skulls are part of our culture.
The Day of the Dead is a real tradition. I remember visiting the cemetery and bringing gifts, flowers, food, drink and spending all day with other families visiting their departed ancestors.
Skulls spark my imagination in ways that transcend art mediums, culture, popular media and religion.
I am just starting to comprehend how deep my roots go in the way of the Skulls and what it means to humanity. I want to share my experience with you as I continue to explore the Skullys in art, in this series I call: Skullys.
EAST LA Chicano living the Art Life in ATL. Creator of the Skully Series.