You have “Etsy” and we have “minne” in Japan. I started using minne at the end of May and it has been such a huge workload to develop tons of new items and register all of them. When registering items, you need to prepare many photos, items descriptions which work well not only for the customers’ convenience but also in terms of SEO. It seemed endless but quite recently I was finally able to find some time to seriously listen to the advisory lecture series hosted by a shop advisor of minne. For those who hope to sell mainly art items such as the original drawings, postcards, prints and so on, she recommends that you develop skills to present your works in a very “tangible” manner. People want to know if the artworks will fit in the places they want to decorate, i.e. the size, design, and colour etc., and there are many people who don’t know much about framing including where to get appropriate frames, how to frame the artworks, how much a frame will cost, so and so, therefore it is better to sell framed items rather than the artworks for themselves. If it is not possible for some reasons, you should at least provide good enough information so that people can imagine clearly how their rooms will look like with your artworks.
Inspired by this recommendation, I prepared some images using my framed drawings. I do not have any expertise in wall decorations but hopefully these images will be helpful.