Using Art Academy for the Miiverse, Wii U user Craig has drawn - using a stylus on a small, smooshy touchscreen - this wonderful Robin Williams tribute.
The new game, Pokémon Art Academy, allows you to upload your Pokémon artwork to the Miiverse. As the game released in PAL territories last week (and Japan two weeks before that), there are already scores of artwork to browse though. Some of it is pretty amazing—even just in the last 24 hours on the Japanese Miiverse.
So, you like Pokémon? Are you looking to learn how to draw or to improve your drawing? Well, Pokémon Art Academy can help you with that—as long as you're drawing on the 3DS anyway.
Pokémon just wouldn’t be Pokémon without a rival to constantly challenge you. Thus, even drawing game Pokémon Art Academy has a rival—a girl named Lilly. But while I thought I was the worst artist in the world, Lilly proved me wrong. Her art is terrible—so terrible, it loops all the way back around to wonderful.
When I first sat down with Pokémon Art Academy over a week ago, I decided to do a little experiment. I drew the first three drawings of the game freehand on a notepad as I came across them. Then today, I tried again—and I'm truly surprised at the improvement.
I may be the single worst artist on the face of the planet. So let’s see if Pokémon can teach me to draw in Pokémon Art Academy.
Dear Diary, after Mom kicked me out of the house because of my radical views on the role of Pokémon in our society, I didn't know what I was going to do with my life.
Capitalizing on the interest creating and sharing drawings within the Wii U's Miiverse, Nintendo said it is developing another installment of the Art Academy series. No word yet on when it will release.
Nintendo of America has revealed a slew of release dates for this month and the coming months. Let's dive in.
Want to use your Nintendo DS as a virtual canvas on which to paint, a virtual art studio in which to learn? Good, because Nintendo of America will release Art Academy for the DS this October.
To promote the upcoming retail release of the DSiWare series Art Academy in Europe, Nintendo Spain commissioned these classy videos illustrating the humble little program's artistic chops.