Animal Crossing New Horizons for the Nintendo Switch has just received a big ol’ update that adds a bunch of new features and NPCs into the game. One of these new NPCs is named Redd, and you can purchase art pieces from him. Then, if they’re real, you can donate them to Blather’s Museum to show them off in a new art gallery. If you’re wondering how to check if art is real from Redd in Animal Crossing New Horizons, we have you covered.
How to Find Redd
There are no set dates that Redd will appear on your island, but whenever he does show up, he’ll be in the same place. You can find his boat on the shore on the northern side of the island on the secret beach that’s typically hidden behind some cliffs.
How to Check If Art Is Real From Redd in Animal Crossing New Horizons
If you go over to inspect any of the pieces of art in Redd’s boat, you will be given the option to inspect it more closely, letting you get a good look at the painting or the figure in question.
Since the art pieces are based on iconic, real-life artworks like the Mona Lisa, all you need to do to find out if it’s real or not is compare Redd’s art with an actual image of the piece online.
Simply Google image search the piece in question and carefully look to see if there is anything that stands out. For example, the Mona Lisa painting from Redd might have an angry face or eyebrows, which would be fake.
You won’t know if the artwork you purchase is fake until you attempt to donate it to the museum, so make sure that it’s 100% real before throwing down Bells.
And that’s basically all you need to know about how to check if art is real from Redd in Animal Crossing New Horizons. For more tips and tricks, be sure to consult our ever-expanding Guide Wiki and you can also read our glowing review.
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