New Art Academy features both Introductory and Advanced lessons - whether you are an old master or a complete novice - offering easy to follow, step-by-step guides to a variety of drawing and painting techniques, styles and materials. You will be surprised how easy they are to pick up and how quickly your techniques can improve. To enhance your learning experience even further and to resemble your real-life inspirations best, some of the reference images for the lessons are now displayed as 3D videos, such as a tree with moving leaves or a river with flowing water. If you can’t get enough of the lessons - don’t worry - there are plenty additional ones coming your way in the near future.
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you just want to doodle or to practice a technique you have just learned, such as creating a stunning portrait, the Free Paint mode gives you an unlimited blank canvas to use at your will as well as a wide range of art materials to practice with.
A comprehensive art studio awaits - New Art Academy expands on your toolbox of paints and pencils, with new art materials for you to master including colour pencils, pastels and a variety of accessories at your disposal. These additional accessories include Scratch Pads for testing your artistic implement of choice, Colour Wheel to help choose similar or complimentary colours for an image when using the paints and even a Blending tool for smoothly blending the pastels together. The accessories help to create a more in-depth experience for the user and further extend the creative possibilities whilst learning new skills and effects.
Don’t let your proudest artistic achievements go unnoticed as with New Art Academy you have plenty of possibilities to show off your talent to family and friends around the world. Send your greatest masterpieces to your loved ones via SpotPass or Nintendo Letter Box.
That’s not all though as for the first time in an Art Academy game you can create and share your own interactive lessons for your friends to enjoy, allowing you to become a virtual art teacher. You can now select a subject, perhaps from a photo taken on your Nintendo 3DS, then teach your friends a favourite technique or style, and share it via local wireless or online via SpotPass.
Become the curator of your own gallery! Hang your art in your in-game virtual museum and admire your masterpieces as you walk around. To begin learning new artistic techniques and painting masterpieces try out New Art Academy when it launches exclusively on the Nintendo 3DS, 3DS XL and Nintendo 2DS
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New Art Academy is an excellent art software to be used on the go or laying on the sofa. I found the lessons to be very good, and starting with basically zero skill level, I am almost every time amazed at the results of my own drawings! I really am learning how to draw and paint. Free paint is also very good, you can use your pictures from memory card as a model. I can honestly recommend this anyone interested in learning or alreadya skilled artist. The software seems to be very good at emulating oil, acrylic and pencils also different canvases. Though you wont find "Draw a circle tool" as this is not a photoshop. The only drawback is the 3ds screen size. I think XL is at least recommended to be used with it.
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It's time to learn how to draw. Art Academy easily teach you how to paint a completely different picture. Useful to students in art schools, and teacher. Gorgeous 3D gallery with your work.
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