Redd has arrived in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, bringing some art to supply a new branch of the museum and maybe a few counterfeits as well. It's a good time for those looking to add some paintings to their islands, and some players are even incorporating his new shop into their island's aesthetic.
Just about every Animal Crossing: New Horizons player ends up developing a "look" for their island. One of Isabelle's tasks even asks you to liven the place up to attract more villagers. These designs often end up incorporating not just the player's home, but the shops and other buildings as well.
Redd's ship poses a unique design challenge: a boat that docks at the secret beach to the north of the island. Nevertheless, players have found some fun and interesting ways to celebrate the arrival of the art dealer.
me: I'll create a nice relaxing beach behind my house and it'll be so romantic- mi (@micherrytree) April 23, 2020
Even if it's warning signs and wanted posters, it's fun to see people celebrating the arrival of a new merchant. Hopefully they don't end up with too many forgeries. There won't be quite so many Bells to throw around since the change to the bank's interest rates, so keep an eye out for those inconsistencies. At least the other merchant to arrive in this update, Leif, just wants some weed(s).
If you're playing the new update, be sure to check out our guide to finding Redd's Treasure Trawler and other helpful tips for Animal Crossing: New Horizons.