“CryptoArt Sundays” is a weekly art trading card game that has been growing in popularity since its creation. In the world of CryptoFighters, each player builds their own deck and battles against other players for fame, prizes, and power to take over kingdoms. Marso (creator) chats about his experience with this game so far- what it was like before launching into battle, how he came up with his ideas for cards/factions during the process of making them, etc.

Blockchain art is a new type of cryptocurrency that uses blockchain technology to create digital artwork. In this interview, Marso tells us about his process for creating cryptoart and some of the challenges he faced.

CryptoArt Sundays: Interview with Marso

Greetings, and welcome to CryptoArt Sundays! This week, I’d like to introduce you to Marso. Marso is a Filipino artist with a great deal of skill. I like how her artwork transports you to other worlds.

Her work takes “every hippie soul on a visual trip through kaleidoscopic fractals,” in her own words, which I believe best describe her art. Her artworks have a distinct style that includes eye-catching colors and crisp geometric lines.

Let’s have a look at this week’s interview and see what this incredible artist has to say about her NFT experience. And, of course, have a look at her incredible masterpieces down below!

What drew you to construct your own NFTs and how did you learn about the NFT space?

I want to be as valuable as a traditional artist as a digital artist. The power of NFTs to provide provenance to digital goods astounded me the first time I heard about it. I knew at that point how NFTs may transform a new art form, and I wanted to be a part of it as soon as possible.


How frequently do you make something?

I make an effort to generate personal work as often as feasible. When I was hacked earlier this year, I was taken off guard; thankfully, I have friends that helped me get back on my feet by flipping and collecting, and now I am more secure in my ability to resume my painting journey.


How do you go about coming up with ideas?

1. Know why you’re doing art, what it’s for, and why you’re doing it. 2. Create an idea that revolves around that goal. 3. Drawings. 4. Composing 5. Concluding 6. Coloration Editing is number seven. 8. Take a break. 9. Reconsider your options. 10. Either revise or be satisfied


Do you have any CryptoArtists with whom you’d want to collaborate?

I’d want to work with musicians and artists who work in a variety of media. I’d want to work with TOKiMonsta since I like her music, but I’d also like to work with more well-known projects like CyberKongs, 3landers, and karafuru. Also, I am willing to collaborate with friends on any creative project!


What do you believe CryptoArt’s future will be like?

CryptoArt will usher in a new era in the art world, and I believe it is past time to appreciate the purpose and value of art. At the same time, it safeguards the artist while conserving real-world space.


What are you working on right now?

“Bike a day” is a project I’m working on with Cryptowallstreet. A collection of Twitter covers honoring April 19th, often known as Bike Day.


What are the locations where collectors may locate your work?

On Foundation and OpenSea, my collectors can find me. I’ll be publishing NFTs on Solana shortly as well, but I don’t currently have a link.