Introduction: How To: Make an Awesome Masterpiece in Animal Jam! (NOTE: UPDATED 2020)

About: I love to draw and make awesome art pieces! I really like to make models for 3D printing, Happy crafting and Printing! My profile picture is a self portrait, medium used: charcoal! Hopefully I can/ will post a…

Animal jam is a virtual world about animals. You can buy animals with gems or diamonds and customize them with clothes you buy in virtual stores! I never really "play" Animal Jam, I just like making Masterpieces! Today I'm going to show you how to make "Spike-Worthy" masterpiece!

Hello all! So this is kind of surreal to me, never in a million years did I think one of my Instructables would surpass 10,000 views. It's kind of crazy to think about! I wrote this in middle school and looking back (now in high school) I've learned a couple of new additions to Animal Jam that could hinder this instructable. I haven't played Animal Jam since 2017, but I realized that the Puffin Browser discontinued, see here: and Animal Jam now asks that you download the game onto windows or mac. I looked for other browsers that could somehow bypass this, but I haven't found anything :( I'm really sorry. Perhaps I could update this instructables another time in the future if I find a solution.

Step 1: Know What You Are Going to Draw

First off you want to know what you are going to draw. I like drawing islands or famous AJ characters! Once you've made up your mind about what you are going to draw, go to the next step! As you can see, these are both masterpieces I have made! Fan art and an Island!

Step 2: Drawing

Now, for drawing I'm usually TERRIBLE when I draw on my computer with my mouse. My lines are shaky and I literally have 0 control. So I thought of an alternative EASY way to make amazing masterpieces! All you need is a device such as an Ipad or a Phone! Now download Puffin. It is on the app store and the play store on Android. It is free and you can actually play the computer version of Animal Jam on your phone or tablet! I personally use a Galaxy Note 5, because it has a very tiny stylus. It is not a bulky "Squishy" black stylus. It is literally a little "stick-like" stylus! I absolutely love it and I created the Masterpieces you saw last step with that device! If you don't have a phone with a fancy stylus like that, don't buy an expensive thin stylus! Use your finger, it's just as good!

Step 3: Finish Your Masterpiece!

Next you use your stylus and create your beautiful Masterpiece! Thank you for reading!