Pokemon Art Academy
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Learn to Draw your Favorite Pokémon Character:
Be a young aspiring Pokémon artist and learn how to draw your favorite Pokémon character in Pokémon Art Academy! This spin-off crossover of the Pokémon and Art Academy offers Pokémon fans a chance to learn up to 40 unique lessons that teach players how to paint, sketch, and draw beloved Pokémon characters in 3DS. From simple shapes and coloring to more complex and difficult methods, develop your artistry and creativity in Pokémon Art Academy!
Share your Talent to the World:
Pokémon Art Academy is fun to all ages and skill levels with an easy-to-follow lessons and step-by-step instructions that teach painting and drawing techniques to your favorite Pokémon characters. In addition to 40 lessons, there are also 100 different templates to create your own art. Also, Pokémon Art Academy is the first Nintendo 3DS game to have built in Miiverse functionality, allowing players to upload saved artworks and share it to the world using Miiverse or using local wireless feature. Save your completed masterpiece in SD Card to print it out and boast it to the world!
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|Official Release Date||Jun 19, 2014|
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I find it very hard to draw pictures in 3DS, because controling the pen is harder than using a real pen. Anyway, it's a interesting game.
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