players are using the game’s design editor to create giant works of art ranging from masterpieces like Prison Mike from the Office to portraits of Starkiller Base radar technician, Matt.Released just last week, Animal Crossing is a way for players to farm land, fish daily, complete a museum, become entrapped in the throes of Tom Nook’s latest business… and create art. Some players do it all, while others hone in on one thing. The Animal Crossing subreddit is currently full of users spending time to create some seriously impressive works of art.
Check out SweetHayders‘ boyfriend’s Prison Mike that sits on the ground of their island.
Redditor CapitanWaffles created Starkiller Base’s very own Matt the Radar Technician on their island.
Reddit user Rare_Yogurtcloset used 12 canvasses to create the famed woodblock print, The Great Wave Off Kanagawa, in their room.
Another redditor with the username shuchugou has a 24-piece canvas of a Bob Ross painting displayed in their room.
Other redditors like Dew64 are using their design editor skills to create meme-inspires works of art for their island. Check out their Big Chungus Bugs Bunny below.
Perhaps best of all, over on Twitter, Lucbomber created the famous Steamed Hams scene from The Simpsons, complete with Aurora Borealis/kitchen fire:
Good lord what is happening in there!? pic.twitter.com/TIrhapel6k
— Lucbomber (@The_Lucbomber) March 24, 2020
If you’re someone wondering how on earth these Animal Crossing players are creating such awesome pieces of art for their homes, some of these were likely made with the help of a tool like ACPatterns. If you’re looking for inspiration, we’ve got just the guide for you: check out our Animal Crossing Wiki Guide for Custom Designs. If creating isn’t for you, the Cool Creator IDs and Design IDs page will link you to some of the best creators out there sharing works of art for all to use.If you haven’t yet visited our Animal Crossing: New Horizons Wiki Guide, it’s a treasure trove of helpful guides to help you maximize your time on your island while making it the best it can possibly be. It has loads of how-to guides, a beginner’s guide with tips, and a page all about the things Animal Crossing: New Horizons doesn’t tell you.
Wesley LeBlanc is a freelance news writer and guide maker for IGN. You can follow him on Twitter @LeBlancWes.
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