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    Hi, im 16 and from Birmingham surin coldfield area and want to start selling my drawings and paintings. I Know im not a professional artist but does anyone Know any websites or places to start.
    PS dont judge me

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    If you're looking to sell physical stuff, there's Etsy. Or there's RedBubble if your stuff is digital which is super easy because you just upload your image and the site makes it into prints, shirts, mugs and other stuff for you and deals with the delivery etc.
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    Thanks x

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