A life running an OnlyFans profile isn’t what you think. Film director Nicole Russin-McFarland’s upcoming ad running soon by OnlyFans HQ in London carries the motto, “Dress for the job you want.” The “only” thing revealed to her OnlyFans followers is her art work: her CinematNIC Art profile reveals a new art tutorial every week. With a niche profile proving to be successful, with her profile growing around 50-100 new followers every few days, Nicole is changing the image of OnlyFans as a platform for all types of content creators.
What is your summer 2021 Dress For the Job You Want web campaign about?
My second digital ad for my OnlyFans profile encourages people to join the social media platform as creators! In it, I am wearing a vintage inspired green dress that could have been worn in the 1950’s or anytime. I provide five tips for OnlyFans creators, and one of the five is that phrase.
Dressing for the job you want is a high priority for everyone. OnlyFans is so famous, you say the name of the website, and people click on that article. People find your profile! The fame this website brings rubs off onto you, raising your profile as an entertainment professional. How do you want people now, with your growing fame, to see you? Do you want to be a celebrity chef, movie star, supermodel, or power businesswoman? How you dress on your OnlyFans profile impacts how people see that part of you.
What do you wear on your OnlyFans for finding success?
For my art tutorials, I dress up in vintage inspired looks, because I want people to think of me as having that old time Hollywood glam aesthetic. My goal is having a long term film world career, and I at times toss in casual athleisure or plain workout clothing so the friends on my OnlyFans profile known I am a real person.
OnlyFans is a legitimate business development tool. Don’t believe the tabloids. it’s not only a way for some people in one sect of professional life. OnlyFans is for anyone who wants to get more known and earn money in the process. You have the choice of a free profile encouraging people to donate if they support your creative work, or a paid profile. I have been seeing great results with my free to subscribe page.
Can you tell us about your drawing tutorials?
Every week, I announce a drawing I’ve made using free digital tools on my iPad. I tape anywhere from once to twice monthly, slowly releasing the art tutorials onto my OnlyFans page. All of my art tutorials are about drawing women of Hollywood past and present.
What do you post the rest of the time?
It’s all about having fun hanging out with me as a social media friend. I say hello, or I might share what I am working on within my film and music work. My OnlyFans page is not a model page! Everyone thinks OnlyFans is strictly for that. So much, we have this goofy meme phrase, “Substack is OnlyFans for ugly people.” OnlyFans never said being good looking is a requirement! All of this misunderstanding comes from the tabloids. Don’t get me wrong, I love myself some of them British tabloids as my guilty pleasure, but no, OnlyFans is open to anyone who wants to be out there in a positive environment. It’s all very anti-bullying.
Really? How does that work with anti-bullying?
On mainstream social media like Twitter and Instagram, those places are awesome for making new friends, but the downside is always going to be because everything is open for public consumption, they need to make money off web ads using your private data such as location and your interests, and anyone can publicly rip apart whatever you posted. Someone posting an innocent picture of a work lunch can find themselves being tormented, fat shamed for eating, or maybe skinny shamed for not enough food. You get impulsive crazy people telling you how to live your life.
On OnlyFans, only the people who value your friendship can comment on your page. You can choose to hide all of your post captions from the web if you wanted. Due to the nature of OnlyFans having all kinds of liberal usage, the users on there tend to be really nice. I don’t have any issues with unsolicited bullying that I have had on the mainstream social media platforms. I’m not saying this for the sake of it. The final straw for me in making my decision to join OnlyFans, that is, my reaching out to OnlyFans corporate, came when a horrible woman began harassing me so much that I had to publicly humiliate myself saying, “I am absolutely not exploiting broke actors with my new cat lovers blog because I myself have credit card debt. This is my final secret.” I was in my bed crying with a panic attack that this woman was contacting people alleging I was doing things for followers and going to make money off an innocent blog about adopting cats that I created, not kidding, for the sake of improving people’s positivity, remembering my friend who was bored in the hospital with AIDS, nothing to read by his bedside. Anxiety isn’t an issue I normally have had since I graduated from my university, so I was disgusted.
That’s horrible! What is your advice for staying positive?
Block people, take a break, enjoy your life. Be open and honest when someone is bothering you because that person may have reached out to others, and you need to set the record straight. Know that you owe people nothing regarding your personal life. If you don’t want to share anything today on Twitter, you don’t have to. Build yourself a small clique of BFFs for a support group, like I have!
For more on Nicole Russin-McFarland, visit her website CinematNIC.com.