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Nintendo hosts Disney Art Academy preview event at Nintendo NY with Disney Channel’s Sabrina Carpenter

Posted on May 5, 2016 by (@NE_Brian) in 3DS, Images

At Nintendo NY earlier today, Disney Channel actress Sabrina Carpenter stopped by the store for a Disney Art Academy preview event. Nintendo has since shared a few photos from the gathering. Check out the images along with their descriptions below.

Photo 1
In this photo released by Nintendo of America, actor Sabrina Carpenter, currently starring in the Disney Channel sitcom Girl Meets World, sketches Olaf from Disney Frozen in the Disney Art Academy video game for the Nintendo 3DS family of systems. Whether you’re a strong artist or just a beginner, Disney Art Academy can help you create masterpieces of some of your favorite Disney and Pixar characters, which you can then upload and share via Facebook, Twitter and Miiverse.

Photo 2
In this photo released by Nintendo of America, actor Sabrina Carpenter, currently starring in the Disney Channel sitcom Girl Meets World, shares her passion for art with fans of the Disney Art Academy video game. The Nintendo 3DS game brings Disney and Pixar characters together on-the-go in a creative, artistic way.

Photo 3
In this photo released by Nintendo of America, people of different skill levels follow step-by-step instructions in the Disney Art Academy video game for the Nintendo 3DS family of systems. By participating in fun lessons and Free Paint, anyone can learn to draw more than 80 Disney and Pixar characters, like Mickey Mouse, or Elsa and Olaf from Disney Frozen.

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In this photo released by Nintendo of America, guests are treated to a special preview event of the Disney Art Academy video game for the Nintendo 3DS family of systems ahead of its release on May 13, 2016. Hosted by actor Sabrina Carpenter, currently starring in the Disney Channel sitcom Girl Meets World, players learn to draw some of their favorite Disney and Pixar characters through step-by-step lessons and develop art skills that can be transferred to real life.

Source: Nintendo PR

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