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45. Scribbled Faces

Note: Scribbled Faces NFT is 100% minted completely!
Spin-Off: Scribbled Faces NFT collection is another spin-off collection of The KING's NFTs. All Scribbled Faces items here were created by MyReceipt. That is scribbles as receipts while MyReceipt is Playing, Learning, and Working for The KING.
All items are minted, listed for sale, and available to collect on OpenSea. You can get it from the OpenSea market if you missed it since there will be more benefits from MyReceipt. Please make sure in the description it was created by MyReceipt.
Launcher: Prof. NOTA
0x Creator: 29bF68E3969E0b6686ea55B7C48241ba3f6B9bA0
Developer: nulled
Artist: MyReceipt
Royalty: 7.47% on OpenSea.IO, 100% distributed to Prof. NOTA.
Admiring someone with their idealism is not a mistake. Projecting them onto ourselves so that we are not ourselves is a mistake.
But it would be very interesting if various ideal individuals who are admired merge into one person and are always there to accompany us while always providing support, direction, and advice, even if only in our thoughts.
It is really fun to scribble on their faces while having their ideal thoughts replayed in our minds and hopefully not taking over who we really are.
According to MyReceipt, their ideal persona makes their faces interesting to be scribbled on when Playing, Learning, and Working with The KING.
BONUS - Tony Hawk's Face (on Mintable)
— Source: Tony Hawk's Face
BONUS - Meet The King (on Foundation)
— Source: Meet The King

The Objectives...

  1. 1.
    Continue doing an exploration by comparing the advantages and disadvantages of OpenSea with the other marketplace, such as Foundation.App and Mintable.App out there.
  2. 2.
    Play around with scribbles while learning to adapt new face shapes with new personas.
  3. 3.
    Continue gathering addresses to find potential NFT collectors.
  4. 4.
    One of the last attempts, with the hope of generating revenue for the additional costs of building The KING's Office.

Holder Benefit...

Scribble on Einstein's Face