Everyone, I say hello to Puck. Pictures: Kotaku
Who wouldn't want that – or something like it – hanging on the wall of their Nook-issued bungalow? Well, as a series of superfans can attest, it's simply not possible to turn your camera photos into
New Horizons designs. It's very simple. All you have to do is use the browser application. Animal Crossing Tool
First, you'll need to set up Nook Link.
Nook Link is another Nook Phone app that offers Nook sovereignty to other Bezos-like controllers
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You need the Nintendo switchch Online app either
either Android . Once you've downloaded it, sign in to your account, and close the app. Then fire IPhone New Horizons. On the main screen, open your settings (by pressing the release button). Select "NookLink Settings" and open NookLink. That should connect your IRL phone app with your Nook Phone app inside.
Generate your QR codes.
First, find the image you want to convert. For the purposes of this exercise, let's use the picture above of my cat, Puck, believing with all his heart that he is responsible for cleaning the property. Once you've found the image you want, hide it in the square. Trust me: Things are easier this way. From there, snap a photo
and small squares, all the same size. Otherwise, your end result will look a bit different:
Screen: Animal Crossing Tool
You can do better than that. It depends on the quality of your image, so you may have to play around to scale your image and how small you make it. I achieved (relative) success by breaking the image of Puck into four smaller squares that are 200 pixels wide.
Once you have your plants selected, turn them on
then go to Animal Crossing Tool . Then hit “Convert” and select the first square you want to convert. It should appear, and you'll see two slides of "wide patterns" and "long patterns." Do not associate with these. Just hit the "Next" button. Editorial section
On the next page you will see a bunch of different image options, including pixel quality and, for this reason, sepia optimization. (What is this, mid-2000s Photo Master Class?) Feel free to meet them – even if you don't. These options don't do much. When you're done, hit "Change!" button. You should see the pattern moved as a very close, close state. Hit the "Rename QR code" button below. Save the image that appears, and repeat the process for all the scenes you've done before.
Scan the codes in your game.
First, in your Nintendo switchch Online app, navigate to
Crossing the Animals: New Horizons section. Open the Designs "app" and hit the "Scan a QR code" button. Scan one of the codes you created.
Go back in the middle
New Horizons, open the Custom Designs app on your Nook phone. Hit "download" (plus button) and you'll be notified to connect to the Internet. Doing this will introduce a design compatible with any QR code you just scan. After all, it's just a matter of choosing a flawless design pattern and ensuring download.
As this is the case
Animal Crossing– Not to mention that it would just be easier — you would have to repeat the process following each QR code you made.
Put art on your wall.
After all your artwork has made it into your Nook phone, you can begin to create your own gallery of magnificent gallery.
At your home, go to the wall you want to decorate. (If you're too far away, the game doesn't allow you to hang things up.) Open your Design Designs application and select the design you want to hang. Hit "show here" and select the "canvas" option. After you hang all your scenes, go to customization mode (down on the D-pad) and enter the wall editing mode (plus button). Rearrange your designs as you see fit.
Well, maybe it's the same asfine art. Screen: Nintendo (Kotaku)
If that's better than Seurat, I don't know what is.
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