Tuesday, February 17

Pokémon Art Academy Competition to Award Promotional Pokémon TCG Cards

Starting tomorrow, aspiring artists can enter a Pokemon Art Academy competition using the Pokemon Art Academy games on the 3DS family of systems. The game offers 40 lessons on how to paint, sketch and draw popular Pokemon. And through March 29, they can share their digital masterpieces via Miiverse, which allows them to showcase their talents as graduates of Pokemon Art Academy. There'll be six winners in total, to be announced in May. The prize is pretty cool, too: 100 cards featuring his or her winning image. Not a bad collectible!

There are two different contests to enter, Dress-Up Pikachu or Your Favorite Pokemon. Here's the official way to make sure your drawing counts, coming from Nintendo itself:

How to Enter the Pokémon Art Academy Competition
- Create and save an image in Pokémon Art Academy using Free Paint mode.
- Select the “Share” option from Pokémon Art Academy’s main menu and connect to Miiverse.
- Select the “Post to Competition” option and select “I Agree” if you agree to the Official Rules.
- Highlight the category you’d like to enter (Dress-Up Pikachu or Your Favorite Pokémon) and then choose “Select Competition”. Only the first post you make will be recognized as your entry. 
- Slide over the image and select it and then choose “Share Selected”.
- Enter a title to accompany your artwork in the comment field and then select “Post”. The image will be posted to Miiverse and entered into the competition.
- The only way to enter the competition directly is from the Pokémon Art Academy game, available exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS family of systems. 

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Void where prohibited.  Must be a legal resident of the United States (including D.C.), Canada or Mexico. 6 prizes total, ARV $40 each. Additional terms and conditions apply. For a full set of rules visit: www.pokemon.com/artrules.  Sponsors: The Pokémon Company International, Inc. and Nintendo of America Inc.

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