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301. Posted: Fri 18th Jun 2010 18:48 BST
i made this lastnight
how can i make it so the link is words
Edited on Fri 18th June, 2010 @ 19:18 by NintenFreak
302. Posted: Fri 18th Jun 2010 19:08 BST
I just found this old picture I painted some time ago. It was as saved image in Art Academy and I totally forgot about it. I rediscovered it and like the robot so much that I made him my new avatar The robot was very inspired by all the objects in the game Portal with their shiny, futuristic look.
@NintenFreak:You need to type (url=www.something.com/image.jpg)Here come the words(/url) Just type [ and ] instead of ( and )
Edited on Sat 19th June, 2010 @ 11:08 by Roopa132
Probably getting a Vita with LBP soon...
303. Posted: Thu 24th Jun 2010 23:27 BST
A new Flip I made to advertise my games I made on WarioWare DIY:
Get the Flash Player to see this player.
Took me FOREVER to complete this.
Currently obsessed with Fire Emblem: Awakening
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304. Posted: Fri 9th Jul 2010 22:52 BST
I started this when it actually was the 30th anniversary of Pac-Man. But hey, for a procrastinator like me, getting it done within the same year ain't bad.
Flipnote Code: Right, Down, A, Up,B, Right, Left, X
305. Posted: Sat 10th Jul 2010 00:45 BST
@Buster- Nice animation! How long did it take to make?
306. Posted: Sat 10th Jul 2010 01:04 BST
Well, like it says in the note, I started on May 22nd, but I've been procrastinating a lot. In then end, I'd wager I spent at least 6 hours of work on it.
Edited on Sat 10th July, 2010 @ 01:05 by Buster13
307. Posted: Sat 10th Jul 2010 07:31 BST
I'm planning to make my Backloggery banner completely in Art Academy. It'll take a long time but I don't care. Each franchise gets one image and also just for fun although it has nothing to do with games I'll also put an image of my two favorite bands and my favorite TV show in it That's 13 images total. Well I already made an image of one of my favorite bands earlier but I think I'll make another one. I'll upload the pictures here right as I finished them (every single one, because 11 images in one Post would be too many and this topic sadly isn't that active anymore so I hope I can keep it a bit active that way)
Edited on Tue 13th July, 2010 @ 08:36 by Roopa132
308. Posted: Sat 10th Jul 2010 15:39 BST
.... and this topic sadly isn't that active anymore so I hope I can keep it a bit active that way)
I've done quite a few drawings since I last posted here. Here are a few of them.A puffin that came out quite well http://fav.me/d2oukq0A raccoon done all in pencil http://fav.me/d2p79yuMy cockatiel http://fav.me/d2qv2cuAnd this one I call, Soon to be salsa http://fav.me/d2qvjp5
My Art Academy artwork can be viewed here: My Gallery
309. Posted: Tue 13th Jul 2010 00:01 BST
I just dont see the point. Its not just better draw something in the real life that using a AA game?
Man's worst enemy is laziness.
310. Posted: Tue 13th Jul 2010 00:01 BST
311. Posted: Tue 13th Jul 2010 05:52 BST
Art Academy makes things much more easier, and at large, cheaper.it is also faster to share a digital image over the internet, plus the results are usually very good looking.
Also, your DSi is easier to carry around than a canvas with some paint tubes and a brush (which is what this game simulates)
pd: you can delete the duplicated comment on your own by clicking "Delete"
Edited on Tue 13th July, 2010 @ 05:52 by MorphMarron
Outstanding Morph Marron didn't fit. Woof.
Oh look! A Morphloggery.
Oh! eShop Gurus.
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312. Posted: Tue 13th Jul 2010 07:18 BST
I was someone who said "I can't draw anything' before trying Art Academy. It's taught me a lot, has given me confidence and has shown me that I CAN draw. The ability to take reference pictures with the DSi, and then use the grid tool to help show where the starting sketch makes a huge difference in my drawings. Right from the beginning I can see my picture take shape which encourages me to continue with the drawing. Before I most likely would have given up in frustration because it didn't look right.
I would like to try proper painting now. And people who have seen my AA work say that I would probably work well in oils or acrylics - something I never considered before. AA hasn't taught me how to mix real paints, but it's sparked my interest in trying something new.
313. Posted: Tue 13th Jul 2010 09:23 BST
oh, and that, it is a great teaching tool. since i, too, belived i couldnt draw anything before using AA.
314. Posted: Fri 23rd Jul 2010 18:41 BST
I Believe that this program teaches you about as much as a real art class would. you should try it.
Cringing is really fun.
315. Posted: Sun 25th Jul 2010 18:14 BST
If you have a Wii connected to the internet, there's a downloadable demo available for Art Academy. On it there's a tutorial for painting an apple, which I enjoyed. (It's available in the UK, but I'm not sure if it's available elsewhere.)
316. Posted: Wed 4th Aug 2010 22:00 BST
It seems the users at Hatena don't really appreciate intelligent humor (though my humor is far from completely "intelligent").Lip-syncing takes me a LONG time! Here's one I did a while ago (it was just practice...)Get the Flash Player to see this player.
Here's my most recent one, completed today. I've spent 10 hours on it (give or take)...But by the looks of the "attention" it's getting, I'd say that it's time for another one already... Soon to be a series. We'll see how THAT goes...
I'm working on a game that's coming out soon!
317. Posted: Thu 5th Aug 2010 04:02 BST
Well, I've been enjoying both FlipNotes and Art Academy enormously. Here are some links to some images I've done:My parent's home:http://i179.photobucket.com/albums/w286/pfontaine2/DSI%20artw...Me, happy:http://i179.photobucket.com/albums/w286/pfontaine2/DSI%20artw...Me, not happy:http://i179.photobucket.com/albums/w286/pfontaine2/DSI%20artw...Me, surprised:http://i179.photobucket.com/albums/w286/pfontaine2/DSI%20artw...Ground painting excercise:http://i179.photobucket.com/albums/w286/pfontaine2/DSI%20artw...Pretty steps:http://i179.photobucket.com/albums/w286/pfontaine2/DSI%20artw...I think that a DSi and Art Academy create a fantastic portable art studio that I can take anywhere at anytime, as long as the battery is charged!
318. Posted: Thu 5th Aug 2010 04:36 BST
Wow, those are pretty great looking paintings pfrontaine. To Hulklol: I found Art Academy to be a great tool for creating digital paintings, creating quick sketches (with or without color), and for simply practicing drawing whenever you're low on tools or on the go. This application is wonderful when used with photoshop too. Here's something that i created with AA and Photoshop (took about 3 hours total for the butterfly and 2 or so for the rose, which could've looked better if i hadn't made it more of a monochromatic painting before i finished the AA part):
Edited on Mon 16th August, 2010 @ 17:26 by toymin80r
319. Posted: Thu 5th Aug 2010 05:32 BST
Bleachfan, what is your command code, your flips are hilarious. XD
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320. Posted: Thu 5th Aug 2010 07:24 BST
@pfontaine2 Wow those drawings are really good! I'm looking forward to see more of your pictures.