This is a new real art collection by artist Jason Polan. Details are impeccable and he even puts on the signature Nintendo border!
His illustrations are also available as prints for those that like what they see.
This is just a small sample of his work, be sure to check out his website for the full collection.
What did you think of these realistic animal crossing illustration artworks? Would you hang them up in your house? Do you want Nintendo to make a new game?
An illustration of a realistic animal crossing game has been making the rounds online. The artist, who goes by the name of “Nardack,” has been offering these drawings on DeviantArt since 2007. The images are so detailed, they’re almost hard to believe.
The game art is just one of many illustrations Nardack has done, from Game of Thrones characters to the cast of the Netflix show Orange is the New Black. You can view more of her work here .
So far, Nintendo hasn’t said anything about a realistic animal crossing game, but we can dream. And if Nintendo doesn’t get on this soon we’ll never forgive them.”
Animal Crossing, a life simulation video game developed by Nintendo and first released in 2001, follows the life of a human as he and his animal neighbors live out their lives. The game focuses on the player’s interactions with the animals that live in his town.
Toby, a famous illustrator from New York, is said to have drawn some realistic Animal Crossing illustration art for fun, which has created a lot of buzz among fans. The drawing features a female villager with black hair. She is dressed in an elegant white dress, with a small dog sitting next to her.
Toby was inspired by the “Villager” from Animal Crossing: New Leaf and drew it on a piece of paper during an idle moment at work. He then posted the artwork on Twitter and Instagram and it immediately caused an uproar among fans of the game.
Animal Crossing has always existed in the realm of games that are easy to pick up and play for a few minutes at a time, but equally rewarding for those who prefer to spend hours, even days, crafting the perfect town. For this reason, it’s been rather surprising that we haven’t seen Animal Crossing on mobile yet.
Titled “Animal Crossing: Realistic New Leaf,” this new illustration is by artist Miyuuyasuko. It depicts what a realistic Animal Crossing game might look like if it were released on Nintendo Switch. From the fabric textures on clothing to the three dimensional rustic furniture, Miyuuyasuko has thought of everything – even down to an alarm clock and toilet.
Animal Crossing is a town-building simulation game where players can talk, buy and sell to their animal neighbors. In the last game, Animal Crossing: New Leaf, players can now choose to be a female mayor who can get married and even have kids.
The game is cute, but it has its dark side as well. The town starts out with a population of just two people, and as you build up your village by collecting bells (in-game currency) to pay off your debt to Tom Nook, you can collect turnips to pay off your debt more quickly. In addition, there’s a real sense of sadness in an empty town with no one but the player character around — except for the few days in November when the “ghost” characters appear in memory of the holidays that we’ve all just celebrated.
Because of this, many fans have created illustrated versions of their towns — and some have even shared them on Tumblr. Reddit user xfrozencandyx shared her version of her town in three posts on r/AnimalCrossing that have since gone viral. She says she started drawing it because she wanted to share her dream version of the town with others.
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There are some games that are so beautiful and so fun to play that it’s impossible to imagine them ever being replaced. Animal Crossing for the Nintendo Gamecube falls into this category.
Animal Crossing is a life simulation game in which you play as a human character who moves into a town filled with anthropomorphic animals. Your goal is simply to live your life and make friends with your neighbors, but there are many ways to do so. You can catch bugs, fish and find fossils. You can decorate your house with furniture, clothes and wallpapers. You can even loan animals money so they can build new things or expand their shops!
The best part of Animal Crossing, though, is its “Open-Ended” gameplay style. There is no set story line or time limit; you can do whatever you want whenever you want. This style of game has been dubbed a “Sandbox” game. There aren’t many of these types of games on the market today but those that exist have always been highly popular and widely loved by gamers everywhere.
Animal Crossing: City Folk was released in 2008 for the Wii console and became an instant hit with gamers across the globe when it was released two years later for
I’m a huge fan of the Animal Crossing series. I love the laid back and casual gameplay, and the fact that my town can always be changing and evolving.
Trying to decide on what I wanted to do for this month’s installment of Real Art Wednesdays, I decided to do something inspired by my favorite game in the series, Wild World.
If you haven’t played a game in the Animal Crossing series, it’s basically a life simulator. You’re dropped into a town full of animals with different personalities. You get to know them, help them out with their needs such as paying off their home loans or getting their portrait taken as a keepsake. You can fish and catch insects, dig up fossils and shells (or buy them from gypsy caravans), decorate your house, customize your clothing, collect things like fruit or coins from trees or the ground… there’s so much stuff to do!
I always made sure to keep my town beautiful by putting together gardens and building paths for flowers to grow in. I also loved collecting gyroids!
But one thing about the game that was always bugging me was that when an animal moved away/moved in,