These paintings are worth hardly anything at Nooks, if not anything at all. Without paintings, you cannot complete the museum. In Animal Crossing and related titles, all paintings sold in Tom Nook's store, the catalog, or at Crazy Redd's are authentic, although Redd charges the player four times than how much they would actually cost when purchased from the catalog.. Prior to Animal Crossing: Wild World [].

Crazy Redd (the vendor of most of the paintings) often attempts to sell you forged, or fake, paintings. Here's a complete guide for Redd and his art in 'Animal Crossing: New Horizons': how to get him, how to spot real and fake art, and how to get haunted art. This page collects all of the Artwork in Animal Crossing: New Leaf and explains how to identify fakes or counterfeits. With the game’s latest update, a plethora of new activities have been added, as well as new characters and collectibles.Before you can even thing about checking out your art, you’ll need to find Redd.. Don’t worry, it’s easy. Redd's Forged Paintings . From Redd, lol. That guy is the only that sells paintings. Here's a complete list of all the paintings in 'Animal Crossing: New Horizons', with how to spot real ones and fake ones. Animal Crossing: New Horizons Fake Paintings list Below are all of the paintings that were datamined from Animal Crossing: New Horizons, including their real-world counterparts. You can also see all the information available at the Museum once you donate it, so read on for a sneak peak! ". For Animal Crossing: Wild World on the DS, a GameFAQs message board topic titled "How do I get real paintings? Telling the difference between Animal Crossing: New Horizons paintings and forgeries is a fine art (pun intended). He sells both forged and legit ones. Here you can see the real and fake versions of the Wild Painting Left Half in Animal Crossing: New Horizons (ACNH) for the Nintendo Switch. In Animal Crossing: Wild World [].