- due out December 13th in Japan
- features artwork from the TCG’s 18-year history
- 192 pages
- 2,160 yen (about $21)
- comes packaged with a Rayquaza and Cosplay Pikachu promo
Includes 5 configurable layers of 640×480 canvases to simulate depth or to temporarily sketch outlines. These layers can be hidden/shown at any time to assist with creating the artwork. Primary interface is the GamePad, the TV screen has a full-screen display of what is being painted, making speed-drawing recordings simple to capture. When viewing the final artwork in 3D (anaglyph or stereoscopic), the layers can be set to “pop” or “push” at a rate configurable by the viewer.
SDK Paint’s Stencils present several lineart underlays to assist in painting complex objects. The Stencils load under the bottom Painting layer, when selected. SDK’s gateway to cross game compatibility offering various ways for players to paint select objects in both HullBreach Studios first party games aswell as select 3rd party titles released on eShop. This is achieved through Stencil mode UV maps and the online Nintendo Network ID. Stencils are starting as UV Maps and Grids/Guidelines. (Future packs include line art, cartoons, photographs, Renaissance paintings, etc).
Raycasted rooms that display full HD resolution saved artwork on the walls. These can be explored with several supported control methods on the Wii U, including the Wii U GamePad, Wii Classic Controller, Wii U Pro Controller, and Wii Remote + Nunchuk. 3D Galleries for SDK Paint include Art Studio, Hull Castle, Cottage, Sanctum, Space Station (Coming soon), and Catacombs (Coming Soon). HullBreach Art Studio, Hull Castle, Sanctum and Cottage will come with the initial release. Space Station will come with future additions the HB: Uncloaked Stencil pack. More galleries opening as DLC at a later time, combined with Stencils
Menu that lets the player showcase configured 2D or anaglyph 3D representations of the artwork to Miiverse.