After spending just about a month and a half with Animal Crossing: New Leaf, I'm finally at a place where I'm pretty darn happy with the look of my town. As such, I thought I'd take a moment today to share some of the QR codes I've put to use while developing Animachi.
For instance, here's the path design that twists and turns its way around my humble borough:
(I found it while perusing the wonderful merongcrossing.tumblr.com, by the way.)
I considered using the following design instead, but in the end I preferred the more natural look of the one above.
That said, if I ever buy another copy of this game (a distinct possibility given the number of 3DSes in my possession at the moment), I may finally put it to use.
I also like the path design shown above, but I've been unable to find a QR code of it anywhere. (FYI: QR codes for the "little boats on water" pattern can be found here.)
Those of you who have visited Animachi in person or via its Dream Address (5600-2252-0337) likely have encountered the adorable Isabelle "photo face board" that sits just a hop, skip and a jump away from the town's Re-Tail shop.
It was nabbed from soeurs-doigts-de-fee.skyrock.com, in case any of you would like to know where I first came across it.
Finally, I'd be remiss if I didn't point out the fabulously fungal pattern that covers the walls of my main character's (Mayor Aino) cozy study.
It was produced by Pixiv illustrator Meyu, by the way, and I was turned onto it by my pal Anne (of chic-pixel.com).
If any of you have favorite New Leaf QR codes you'd like to introduce me to, please feel free to do so in the comments section below.
See also: 'Aino's (and Bryan's) Adventures in Animachi'