The animal crossing community has been using art as a way of expressing ourselves for some time now. At first, it was just the Animal Crossing fanart, but then I personally began to see the possibilities. As someone with dreams of becoming an artist myself, I began to draw my own pictures and post them on the internet.
Took off in a huge way. Somewhere along the line, we began to notice that all these pictures were doing more than just amusing us – they were uplifting us somehow. It all sounds a little new-agey, I know, but it’s true: these pieces of art are inspiring us. Not only that, but they’re making us realize that our favorite game has given us so much more than we had ever imagined.
i am here to share my knowledge of animal crossing, and give advice and tutorials on how to draw the animal crossing characters. This blog is for people who are interested in learning more about animal crossing. i will also post art of animals crossing characters, and introduce you to other artists that have some really cool animal crossing art.
This is the art blog of a young aspiring artist who is passionate about Animal Crossing. This blog features all sorts of new, exciting and fun art relating to Animal Crossing.
Animal Crossing is an amazing game for all ages. It is a game where you can paint your own house, get a job, make friends with animals and more!
All art featured on this blog has been done by the Blogger or by fans of the game. Please feel free to send in your Animal Crossing fanart to be featured on this blog!
“There is no end to the adventures we can have if only we seek them with our eyes open.”
– Jules Verne.
I have always found this quote to be very inspiring, so much so that it is my life motto. I find the quote to be so true because there are many things in life that we miss out on simply because we are afraid of the unknown or don’t feel confident enough to take that leap of faith and give something a try. In this blog post I will be posting some animal crossing fan art with a short description of what inspired me to draw/paint/sculpt or whatever it may be. I hope you enjoy them as much as I enjoyed creating them.*
“I think the best way to relax is to watch TV. It’s so easy to do and it’s not as time-consuming as reading a book or going for a walk. It doesn’t wear you out either.” – Oscar Wilde
I don’t agree with Oscar Wilde on this one. I read books, and sometimes I’m so stressed out that watching TV seems impossible.
I also love art, which can be relaxing or stressful depending on your mood. Art has many benefits and advantages, just like exercising does. You get inspiration, relaxation, stress relief, creativity and many other things when you do art.
—- If you love art too much, you might be an artist! —-
Art has been a way to express yourself. If you feel something inside of you but can’t say it out loud or write it down in words, then why not draw?
There are many ways to show how you feel with art: drawing, painting, sculpting and even writing poetry (which is pretty close to drawing in my opinion). When you’re feeling inspired enough, then creating art is really the only thing that makes sense.
But if you’re anything like me who gets stressed out easily from school or work then doing art may seem impossible. That’s
Art is a word that we use to describe creative work. It is used in a variety of ways, and I will be using it in several different ways throughout this book. What unites all the ways the word is used is the idea of making something valuable and beautiful.
The term art, as opposed to craft, has been used in two distinct ways. One is to distinguish fine art from applied art, such as craftsmanship and design (although the distinction between these categories has been called into question recently). The second sense of the term denotes a certain set of values, embodied in art schools and institutions. These include self-expression, creativity, imagination, and an appreciation or understanding of aesthetics or beauty.
In the first sense, art is what makes something fine art rather than craft. In the second sense, those are just some values that are associated with fine art.
Art can be described as a means of self-expression that uses aesthetic criteria to express subjective experiences. This definition implies that there are objective aesthetic criteria by which to judge whether something is good art or not. There have been many philosophical attempts to define these criteria.”