Pokémon Art Academy (ポケモンアートアカデミー) was announced in Japan on April 29th, 2014. The game allows people to learn how to draw Pokémon by using the 3DS stylus. It went on sale in Japan on June 19th, 2014 for 3619yen in retail stores and on the Nintendo eShop.
This Pokémon-themed installment of the Art Academy series allows Pokémon fans to have 40 unique lessons to learn how to paint, sketch and draw beloved Pokémon characters in 2D. Pokémon Art Academy allows people to pick up actual illustration skills that they can transfer onto real canvas, or share their digital masterpieces with the world.
The Art Academy series made its debut on Nintendo DS in 2009, offering a comprehensive virtual art studio with a variety of realistically behaving art materials. Wield the stylus with tactile precision on the Nintendo 3DS or Nintendo 2DS touch screen to use a plethora of paint, pencils and pastels. A hallmark of the Art Academy franchise is its easy-to-follow lessons with step-by-step guides that teach painting and drawing techniques. A friendly tutor takes students of all ages through these lessons, each of which breaks down complex-looking images into simple steps. Gradually, players pick up more new techniques that allow anyone to create artwork they can be proud of. Pokémon Art Academy boasts 40 lessons in which players can encounter favorite Pokémon from throughout the series, such as Pikachu, Oshawott, Charizard, Torchic, Fletchling and Fennekin.
The gameplay is designed so anyone can quickly begin illustrating Pokémon masterpieces and hone their skills at the academy as they draw through lessons using the Nintendo 3DS Touch Screen. Players can unlock all of the options in the game, including a set of special lessons that include Mega Evolution Pokémon, once they’ve graduated. Players can even share their art via Miiverse, the SpotPass feature, and local wireless.
- Players can Bring their Pokémon artwork to life using a variety of tools
- Players can Create amazing pictures with step-by-step lessons
- Players can Post directly to Miiverse and show off their art
- Players can Save their art to the SD Card and print it out
- Players can Learn the basics of art, then graduate to more advanced techniques to become a real Pokémon artist
- Players can Participate in dozens of art lessons to help improve their skills
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Last updated 14 May 2014 17:37