With the arrival of Jolly Redd and the Treasure Trawler, the pressure is upon you to identify and purchase the real art from him. The treasure trawler has real art and fake art to showcase but sadly, there is no definite guide or a way to distinguish the real ones and the fake ones. Yes, that is pretty much frustrating but it is necessary that we understand the difference so that we won’t be scammed.
The game shows you real art but an in-game name for the art is different. Since there is no definite guide or way to distinguish the real art from the fake ones, the only bet is to understand the reality and then analyze the in-game art. If the in-game art is in some way different from the real-world ones, it is, for sure, fake. So in this guide, we’ll list the real and fake art that we managed to find by far. Without further ado, let’s dive further into the guide.
How to Know if the Art is Real or Fake in Animal Crossing New Horizons
Below we have the list of real art and fake art that we managed to distinguish by far. In the Fake Art section below, we briefly explain what makes the particular art fake. There are more to this list but for now, we hope this will satisfy your need.
What is Real Art
- The Calm Painting
- The Dynamic Painting
- The Flowery Painting
- The Moody Painting
- The Warm Painting
What is Fake Art
- The Academic Painting – it has a circular coffee stain at the top right corner
- The Beautiful Statue – this statue actually has a flawless stomach but in the game, it has a chip on the upper right of the stomach
- The Famous Painting – it has no eyebrows but in the game, it does
- The Graceful Painting – the girl in it has a tag on her hair but in the game, there is no tag
- The Jolly Painting – it doesn’t have the sprout
- The Motherly Statue – in the game, you’ll see the tongue sticking out of the mouth but in reality, the tongue is not visible
- The Scary Painting – this painting has angry eyebrows in real but in the game, it has sad eyebrows
- The Scenic Painting – the real painting has two hunters but in the game, there is only one
- The Serene Painting – in real, the Ermine is pure white but in the game, it has some gray fur
- The Warrior Statue – in the game, this statue holds a shovel whereas, in reality, it doesn’t hold anything
- The Wistful Painting – in reality, the girl wears a pearl earring but in the game, she has a star earring
Summing up our guide, there seems to be no definite method to distinguish real art and fake art in Animal Crossing New Horizons. So you have to depend on such lists as above in google in order to find whichever is fake or real. So we hope this guide has been of some useful information for taking your game further into the progress. If you have any further queries, please let us know in the comments down below. Good luck!