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Shiromikio

@Victoria: not yet. Maybe it'll come in by the time EU gets the add-on lessons, lol.

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Barbiegurl777

My painting's I drew in in New Art Academy 3DS:

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I tried an advanced course in new art academy & really messed up bad on the painting:

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This I did in free style paint mode on new art academy:

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Shiromikio

@Barbiegurl777: I like the 4th picture. It's very lively, good job on the shape of the bird's head, beak, chest and feet.

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Barbiegurl777

Shiromikio wrote:

@Barbiegurl777: I like the 4th picture. It's very lively, good job on the shape of the bird's head, beak, chest and feet.

Thank's! I actually know how to draw for real on paper but on touch screen I'm just bad at it. Still I like new art academy. It's a cute game.

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Shiromikio

Fwiw, sometimes I switch to a thicker (like an ink pen) stylus when drawing on the 3DS, to get a better grip (i.e. more control, less awkward angles at times) than with the thin ones stored in the 3DS. Could it be the drawing angle (e.g. the way you hold your hand over the 3DS to avoid touching the screen) from paper to touch screen giving you trouble?

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Barbiegurl777

Shiromikio wrote:

Fwiw, sometimes I switch to a thicker (like an ink pen) stylus when drawing on the 3DS, to get a better grip (i.e. more control, less awkward angles at times) than with the thin ones stored in the 3DS. Could it be the drawing angle (e.g. the way you hold your hand over the 3DS to avoid touching the screen) from paper to touch screen giving you trouble?

I'm just saying as a general whole I'm just better at drawing on actual paper. I can draw on the touch screen just not as good though. How I draw on paper & how I draw on touch screen is the same way only one is on paper & one is on touch screen for some reason the one's I draw on paper just look more nicer to me. Go figure.

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Shiromikio

Ah, okay. Besides, even NAA doesn't accurately reproduce the behaviour of traditional media, so it's likely there are differences if you try to draw the same things on paper vs. touch screen in one of the drawing apps.

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Waann

I'm very late, but thanks @Shiromikio, I'm glad you like my portrait! I love your kitty, it's so cute

I haven't painted much lately, but since I have a little free time, I got back into NAA. Here's one of the add-on lessons. It doesn't really look like sherbet, but I did my best. I'm pretty sure the palette is at fault. I should try re-doing it with my own colours. Also, this lesson made me realize how difficult it is to tell very light colours apart on the 3DS screen: my background looks much dirtier on a computer screen Fortunately I saved the session, I'll touch it up later. Right now I'm a little sick of it. XD
EDIT: corrected the background. Still looks more like caramel ice cream than orange sherbet. Oh well, that's good too.

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Here's an older one I haven't posted yet.

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Aaand here's my Goomba! I might have gone a little overboard, but it was a good opportunity to experiment a little.

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Big_Al1

Wow, that's great! Love that Goomba!

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BlueToad

WOW, these are amazing. I am realllly bad at drawing, but this game sort of looks really good!
Are there enough lessons that can teach me to draw pretty well?, because I think I may pick this up if there are.
If not, what are some techniques you use to draw really well?

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Big_Al1

The software has some very good tutorials, and it starts with the basics. It's up to you how much effort you put into it, you need to continue practicing beyond what it offers.

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BlueToad

Oh, okay. Might get this sometime soon on Eshop

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Big_Al1

I'd totally recommend it. Between Art Academy and Colors!3D you can turn your 3DS into a very capable sketchbook.

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Waann

@Big_Al1 Thank you!

@BlueToad Thanks!
I think the lessons are great to teach you the basics. I've seen complete beginners draw amazing things in a few weeks using the first game and this one. They won't teach you how to draw from imagination, though. But they do explain a few principles like atmospheric and one-point perspective, a little bit of colour theory, etc. which you can then apply to your own drawings.
Isn't the eShop version slightly more expensive? I know that in Europe the retail version is almost 10€ cheaper.

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Big_Al1

@Waann: I buy from the US eShop, so it's cheaper than buying a physical copy in my country. It may vary from place to place, I suppose.

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Lilifish

Victoria wrote:

The Goomba lesson went out to all regions. He should have gotten it.

We got a different lesson in Japan, but it would be nice to have the Goomba lesson too.

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BlueToad

Waann wrote:

@Big_Al1 Thank you!

@BlueToad Thanks!
I think the lessons are great to teach you the basics. I've seen complete beginners draw amazing things in a few weeks using the first game and this one. They won't teach you how to draw from imagination, though. But they do explain a few principles like atmospheric and one-point perspective, a little bit of colour theory, etc. which you can then apply to your own drawings.
Isn't the eShop version slightly more expensive? I know that in Europe the retail version is almost 10€ cheaper.

Yeah, probably, but at EB Games in Aus, it's the same price. May get it sometime soon

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Lilifish

I've been working on some lessons, it takes time to get used to AA as a new art tool.
I'm still frustrated with pencils, but will overcome it someday. =)

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Shiromikio

@Waann: You're welcome. The glass reflections came out very well in the ice cream bowl. The goomba looks great, I like the background you've added to it! Sorry but the cat's not mine, lol, I just borrowed Vince's finished piece and posted it for people who wanted to know what the Fur and Feathers lesson is like. I tried the lesson but the result was distinctly unsatisfying (then again, I wasn't paying much attention either, lol), so I didn't bother to post it. Seeing people's posts here though is giving me a bit of an urge to try something again.

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