This video tutorial will look at a simple way to generate 10,000+ NFT collections in 5 minutes. We will be using a tool called “Mintables” to do this. The service is free and easy to use, and it has many benefits.
It is a free web app that allows you to create an infinite number of NFTs without writing code or having any programming knowledge. To use the app, all you need is an idea for your NFT (non-fungible token) and some basic information about it.
The significant benefit is this app generates metadata files for your NFT collection. Also, you can use this web app for minting your NFTs to OpenSea.
If you are a complete beginner, no worries you can refer to our NFT tutorial video playlist to start at the beginning.
Easy-to-Use NFT Generators for 10k Collections
On your first visit to this website, you will see this page. This is a free website but you should have signed up to start generating NFTs.
Let’s create an account. Click the “sign up” button at the top of the page and enter your details username, email address, and password.
Great now we are in. Click the “your project” button then you will redirect to the new page. Here add a new project. Before adding your NFT layers, click the little 3 dots next to the project name and enter to project settings.
Fill these fields with your relevant information. Your project name, description, OpenSea collection URL, external website, and other social media links.
The most important one is the NFT dimension you are going to generate, you can select up to 2048 pixels. It is better to select the maximum size, then your NFT becomes more clean and attractive. After setting all of the relevant parameters, save the changes.
Setup NFT Generator for Multiple Variations
Now we can go to the next step. First, create a group under the group you can add your layers. You can use this group feature to generate multiple variations in your collection. It is a little bit advanced, let’s go with a simple one.
I added one group and under that, I am going to add my NFT project layers. You have to create this layer file separately using any graphic designing software like Photoshop. All should be transparent PNG files except your background layer.
When you add these layers, add the layers button to the top. So you should add your background layer first then the second layer and so on. After creating the layer you can add your PNG file by dragging and dropping it.
If you don’t know how to create these layers, I will create another video for that later. Make sure you subscribe to the channel (Minex Tuts YouTube Channel) to receive new video updates.
Digital Art and Convert into an NFT without Coding
After adding all of the layers, you can click the “Generate images” button at the bottom of the page. Here you have to enter the number of NFTs, that you want to generate from these layers. You can enter any number here. So, you can generate more than 10000 NFTs from this.
When you click the advanced button, you can create this NFT collection as batches. It is very easy to download and store. So I am going to create these NFTs as batches.
After that, all you have to do is click the “Generate” button and wait. It will take a few minutes to generate NFTs, but it can depend on the size of the collection.
You can see generated NFTs are downloaded as ZIP files. When you open these ZIP files you can see there are 2 folders one with generated NFT images and the other is the metadata folder. Great, you can see your NFT collection is ready.
In the next article in this series, you will learn how to upload this NFT collection to OpenSea.
What NFT mean and How NFT Works?
NFT stands for Non-Fungible Token. The term is used to describe a type of digital asset that is unique and different from all other assets. NFTs are a new type of blockchain-based asset.
If you want to more information check below article and watch the video.
How to get NFT with Passive Income?
NFT is a good source of passive income. If you are beginner check below article to know how to start earning passive income from NFTs. It is a step by step tutorial.