The metaverse is filled with gifted digital artists who are getting the recognition they deserve for their exceptional designs. Those who are fortunate enough to be part of an emerging non-fungible token (NFT) community as in-house artists reap the benefits of being able to monetize their artworks. But not all aspiring digital artists get the same opportunity. The emerging token community known as Tronic is paving the way for these talented individuals by giving them a curated marketplace where they can drop their best works for potential collectors and investors to see.
A wide variety of artworks will be featured on the platform, featuring famous tattoo artists, collections from much-coveted modern artists, and everything else imaginable within the blockchain. “We are doing drops that range from the fun and playful to the hardcore utility-focused,” the developers shared.
Tronic is set to make its first drop of the Tronic Pass this coming April 2022. The Tronic Pass is a generative collection of 25,000 unique animated pieces of artwork that will signal the official start of the exciting Tronic journey. The pass is designed to be the most important key in the Tronic universe as it will entitle its owners to several perks and privileges, including access to innovative tools that will help artists realize their NFT goals within the community. “It will be our signature project and allow access for holders to all the new tools we are building this year as well as early access to news about new drops and white list spots,” they added.
The Tronic symbol represents the three brand pillars of the token community. The three interlocking circles represent the community’s commitment to constant learning. The cube shape represents the blockchain, which is viewed as a catalyst that will impact future generations positively. Meanwhile, the three blades found at the center of the symbol speaks of sustainability, which promotes the value of stewardship, a vital ingredient in preserving the planet.
The community has lined up an impressive roster of artists and their respective collections, which will be introduced after the Tronic Pass launches. Avid art collectors and NFT enthusiasts can look forward to seeing BLR$ by The House Of, Qverse by Magdiel Lopez, Art of the Everyday by Kelly Christine Sutton, Creatures of Notoriety by Curtis Hale, At a Glance by Ridge Young, Windbags by Eric Dettmers, Twos Day by Ridge Young, Trading Faces by Steve McElroy, Come Play by Carolyn Joe Art, Panther Phobia by Luke Wessman, Sacred Panther by Phil LaRocca, and Colorful Creatures by Karen Musgraves.
Each collection depicts the distinct stories and themes of the artists. The artworks are a celebration of their artistry, life, and view of the world in general. Each collection will feature a different number of items available. BLR$ will only have 25 items, 20 for Qverse, 10 for Art of the Everyday, 2,171 for Creatures of Notoriety, and 2,500 for most of the other collections.
Curtis Hale is the director of the Tronic and will be in charge of working with the other artists to launch their respective drops in the near future. Hale is also focusing on pursuing unique collaboration for the community’s future projects. Lifetime access to the creator tools will be made available to holders by the end of the year.
Learn more about Tronic through their website, Twitter, and Discord server.
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