I remember going to art school to become an artist, and how much fun it was to create art. I remember joining eBay in 2001 and selling my first painting, and going on to sell many pieces over the years. Then I took a few years off to raise a baby and when I came back, the market for art on ebay started changing. Now in 2014, only 20% of the art listed on eBay actually sells, and the search engine is clogged with hundreds of cheap posters and prints from China. Some of my Facebook friends who are artists are selling their small paintings for 25 cents and saying that they do it for fun. Due to the law of supply and demand, since there are so many 25 cent paintings listed by people doing art "for fun", it undercuts and devalues the work of people who spend a lot of time on their art and want to make a decent, fair amount of money on it. Anyway, once my current box of art supplies runs out, I'm just going to quit for good and focus on reselling used items and video games on eBay. People have mentioned Etsy to me, but I don't know anyone that does Etsy as a full time consistent business the way I used to sell on eBay. Anyway, this is just me ranting, but if you have a specific art or craft that you sell, eBay is no longer the awesome international selling platform that it once was and you'll encounter a lot of bargain hunters who want a painting for a buck. So maybe try Artfire or one of the other new art selling platforms out there.