Animal Crossing: New Horizons is an incredibly popular life sim game for the Nintendo Switch. Players can build their own house, decorate it and earn local currency. The currency can be spent on various clothes for your character, decorations, and even pieces of art. However, when buying these pieces of art, you may be deceived. So, in this guide, we will tell you how to distinguish the real Wild Painting Left Half from the fake.
Wild Painting Left Half Fake vs. Real Art
Animal Crossing: New Horizons is a game for the whole family. However, despite its innocence, several features can take away your Bells. Sometimes, on the northern beach, you will meet Jolly Redd. This is an art dealer who will offer you 4 different pieces of art. The difficulty lies in the fact that some of them are fakes.
All pieces of art are based on real paintings and statues. The main problem in detecting fakes is that some pieces of art do not have fake versions, while others have several different fakes. And unfortunately, if you buy a fake, you will not be able to donate it to the museum.
Players can come across two paintings from the Wild Painting series. They are called Left Half and Right Half. Together they make up a real painting by Tawayara Sōtatsu called Fujin Raijin-zu. On the left side is a thunder god named Raijin. On the original piece of art, it is white, while on the fake it is green.
In Animal Crossing: New Horizons many fakes differ in small details from the originals. And therefore, it is difficult for many players to understand whether Jolly Redd is trying to sell them fake or real. Follow our guides, and you will always be able to buy only original pieces of art.
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