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Author Topic: [VIDEO] Creating Your Own NFT Collection: A Step-by-Step Guide for Non-Coders  (Read 130 times)


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Creating your own NFT collection can seem like a daunting task, especially if you have zero coding skills. However, with the help of generative art and the right tools, it's easier than you might think. In this article, we will show you how to create a generative art collection, upload it to IPFS for free, and manage the different layers in your collection.

The first step in creating your own NFT collection is to create a generative art collection. Generative art is a type of art that is created using algorithms and computer programs. It allows for the creation of unique, one-of-a-kind digital collectibles that can be used as NFTs. To get started, you will need to have a web3 wallet, such as Metamask, installed on your browser. Once you have this extension installed, you can begin creating your own generative art collection.

To make the process even easier, you can download a pre-created project and restore it to your browser. This will give you a set of layers that you can use to create your own unique NFTs. The layers include the background, body, dress, face, and hair. You can change the order of the layers and preview the final image to see how your NFTs will look.

Once you have your layers set up, you can start adjusting the rarity and appearance rates for each layer. This means you can set certain layers to appear more frequently or less frequently in your NFTs. For example, you may want to make the dress layer appear less frequently than the body layer. You can do this by clicking on the layer and adjusting the likelihood of appearance.

Another feature that you can use to increase the number of combinations in your NFT collection is the auto background feature. This feature generates different colors for your NFTs, and you can choose how many different colors you want to use. This will increase the number of combinations for your NFTs and make them even more unique.

When you are happy with your collection, you can generate the art and move on to the settings. In the settings, you can adjust the collection size and allow for repeated combinations. The default collection size is 12, but you can increase it up to over 1000, or even 20,000 if you allow for repeated combinations.

It is important to note that making changes to the settings will affect the generated collection, and you will need to regenerate your collection to see the changes. This may seem like a hassle, but it is important to make sure that your collection is exactly how you want it before uploading it to IPFS.

Uploading your NFT collection to IPFS is easy and can be done for free. IPFS, or InterPlanetary File System, is a distributed file system that allows for the storage and sharing of files on a decentralized network. By uploading your NFT collection to IPFS, you can ensure that your collection is safe and secure, and that it can be easily shared with others.

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