I can't quite beleive that I've signed up to yet another 'make money from selling your art online' site, but I was really impressed and couldn't resist.
I know, I know, I'm weak and greedy and vain.
Anyway, it's Redbubble and I think it looks really impressive. It's one where you don't actually have to be bothered to make anything, which suits me fine (I adore Etsy and do get a thrill from making stuff to order, but I really like the idea of someone else having to do the printing while I just collect the money - so call me lazy). They offer a nice and not too massive range of goods - greetings cards, mounted prints, posters, canvas prints, framed prints and t-shirts, I have no interest in the T-shirts and I've no idea how to make my images big enough to be accepted as posters, but I can live with that. The site's a bit Flickr like with groups and commenting and what seems after a cursory glance, quite a lot of community stuff going on. I'm not sure I really have the time (or inclination) to nurture any more online communities with all that adding, hearing, posting and chatting, but I'll poke around a little bit and see what happens. I've joined two groups so far and have gathered a few comments which is always nice for the ego.
So I'll carry on uploading some pics and wait to see if there are any sales.....