Animal Crossing New Horizons Redd information: Real or faux artwork full listing

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Animal Crossing New Horizons Redd guide: Real or fake art complete list

Jolly Redd has returned to Animal Crossing: New Horizons, bringing furnishings and artwork with him.

Redd could have 4 completely different artwork items in on his boat (in addition to two items of standard furnishings). As in previous video games, Redd will promote real artworks (that may be donated to the Museum) and forgeries (which may’t be donated). Below we’ll go over spot a faux.

You can solely purchase one of many 4 artwork items displayed, so select correctly. Out of the 4 selections, just one is actual, based mostly on our testing. From counting the title plates within the museum, there are 42 artwork items to search out and donate.

Once you purchase it from Redd, the artwork will get mailed to you the following day.

Where do I discover Redd?

When Redd is able to make his first look, Isabelle will warn you of shady artwork sellers throughout her morning bulletins. You’ll then be capable of discover Redd roaming your island.

Jolly Redd tries to rip off an Animal Crossing character

Image: Nintendo EPD/Nintendo through Polygon

Upon speaking to him, he’ll give you a random portray for a for a whopping 498,000 Bells. After declining, he’ll offer you a “discount” to 4,980 Bells. This artwork piece might be real.

Donate the primary piece of artwork to Blathers, and he’ll speak about opening an artwork exhibit. The subsequent day, the museum might be closed for renovations. Another day later, the museum will open with an artwork exhibit and Redd will begin showing in your island on random days.

Redd reveals up on a ship at your island’s tiny seaside within the north of your island. The seaside is all the way in which on the again of your island, and in case you haven’t terraformed again there, you’ll doubtless want a ladder to achieve it.

Redd’s boat will seem on random days, much like different island retailers like Kicks and Flick. We’re uncertain if Redd’s boat has any unlocking stipulations (resembling needing the Resident Services tent to improve to a constructing earlier than he’ll present up, or needing to donate a specific amount to the Museum).

What do I do with the artwork?

The artwork might be donated to the Museum, supplied that it’s real. It may also be used as a traditional furnishings merchandise to be displayed in your house. If it’s a statue, it may also be positioned wherever on the island.

If you purchase a faux, not even Timmy and Tommy will wish to purchase it. You’ll must eliminate it utilizing a Trash Can furnishing merchandise in case you don’t need it anymore. Or you’ll be able to simply show it and idiot your uncultured mates.

How to inform which of Redd’s artworks are actual and that are faux

All of Redd’s artworks are based mostly off of actual world work and sculptures. But the tough fox could attempt to promote you a forgery that appears similar to the real article. Each faux could have a visual distinction from the actual model.

Redd has actually stepped up his sport this time round and his artwork is fairly exhausting to distinguish from the actual variations. Keep in thoughts that the variations between the actual and fakes are usually not the identical as they have been in Animal Crossing: New Leaf and are a lot tougher to identify.

In the listing under, we’ll embody descriptions of how one can inform the distinction between an actual piece of artwork and a forgery. We’ll hold updating as we discover extra.

Beautiful Statue

(Venus de Milo by Alexandros of Antioch)

An arrow points to a chip on the stomach of the Venus de Milo

Image: Julia Lee/Polygon | Source pictures: Nintendo EPD/Nintendo

Based on our expertise, the faux model appears to have a chip above her navel. The actual model doesn’t have this.

Warrior Statue

(Terracotta Warrior by Unknown)

An arrow points to a fake Terracotta Warrior holding a shovel

Image: Julia Lee/Polygon | Source pictures: Nintendo EPD/Nintendo

The actual model is not going to be holding something. The faux model is holding a shovel.

Serene Painting

(Lady with an Ermine by Leonardo da Vinci)

An arrow points out that a fake Lady with an Ermine painting features an ermine with a raccoon-like eye marking

Image: Julia Lee/Polygon | Source pictures: Nintendo EPD/Nintendo

The actual model could have a lady holding an all-white ermine. In the faux model, the ermine could have raccoon-like circles round its eyes.

Warm Painting

(The Clothed Maja by Francisco de Goya)

A comparison between a real and fake version of The Clothed Maya, though the comparison only shows the real one

Image: Julia Lee/Polygon | Source pictures: Nintendo EPD/Nintendo

We’re undecided what the faux model seems like, however you’ll be able to see the actual model above.

Wistful Painting

(Girl with a Pearl Earring by Johannes Vermeer)

An arrow points out the star-shaped earring on a fake version of the Girl with a Pearl Earring

Image: Julia Lee/Polygon | Source pictures: Nintendo EPD/Nintendo

The actual model has a pearl earring (shocker). The faux model has a star-shaped earring.

Academic Painting

(Vitruvian Man by Leonardo da Vinci)

An arrow points out a coffee stain in the corner of the Vitruvian Man

Image: Julia Lee/Polygon | Source pictures: Nintendo EPD/Nintendo

The faux model of this portray could have a espresso stain within the nook.

Graceful Painting

(Beauty Looking Back by Hishikawa Moronobu)

An arrow points to the absence of a white tag on the Beauty Looking Back painting

Image: Julia Lee/Polygon | Source pictures: Nintendo EPD/Nintendo

The actual model has a white tag close to her hair. The faux model doesn’t have the tag.

Calm Painting

(A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte by Georges Seurat)

A comparison graphic of the real and fake versions of A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte, though there is no fake version to compare it with currently

Image: Julia Lee/Polygon | Source pictures: Nintendo EPD/Nintendo

We’re undecided what the faux model seems like, however you’ll be able to see the actual model above.

Flowery Painting

(Sunflowers by Vincent Van Gogh)

An example of what a real version of Sunflowers looks like

Image: Julia Lee/Polygon | Source pictures: Nintendo EPD/Nintendo

We’re undecided what the faux model seems like, however you’ll be able to see the actual model above.

Jolly Painting

(Summer by Giuseppe Arcimboldo)

An example of what a real version of Summer looks like

Image: Julia Lee/Polygon | Source pictures: Nintendo EPD/Nintendo

We’re undecided what the faux model seems like, however you’ll be able to see the actual model above.

Moody Painting

(The Sower by Jean-François Millet)

An example of what a real copy of The Sower looks like

Image: Julia Lee/Polygon | Source pictures: Nintendo EPD/Nintendo

We’re undecided what the faux model seems like, however you’ll be able to see the actual model above.

Famous Painting

(The Mona Lisa by Leonardo da Vinci)

An example of what a real version of the Mona Lisa looks like

Image: Julia Lee/Polygon | Source pictures: Nintendo EPD/Nintendo

We’re undecided what the faux model seems like, however you’ll be able to see the actual model above.

More artworks coming quickly!


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