Nyla Hayes may be in middle school, but she has already managed to do something most adults consider impossible: Build a successful career as an artist. She began drawing when she was four. At nine, she switched from crayons and pencils to digital art and began developing her unique style. Her collections, which are inspired by the long, strong necks of the Brontosaurus, feature long-necked women of all races. This year, at 12, she earned $3.4 million in digital currency selling her hand-drawn, computer-generated NFTs.