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How to Make Your Own Ds Lite Covers: a Quick Lesson

by Alisha K.
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Are you paying attention? This will be a quick tutorial on customizing your Nintendo DS Lite. Here we go. Step one: draw some stuff. It probably helps if you can draw. Step two: vectorize that business and print it out. Step three: cut out designs from desired material and affix to DS. Sounds simple, eh?

tribal nintendo ds cover art

I doubt it was that simple. At least, I’m sure I couldn’t pull it off. But if you’re hoping for more handy tips at the source, give it up; this nifty little DIY DS cover is the only thing to be found on a new deviantART account, and there’s a lack of detail about the process. As in, there’s none. Feel free to imagine aliens swooped in and drew up the whole project. That’s what I’m going with.

On a serious note, vector art could lead to all sorts of interesting DS designs. Would love to see if anyone had tried something similar!

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