Splatoon 3: How to create drawings and messages to share them in Tintelia

 In Splatoon 3 you can draw artwork and little messages for other players to see when walking around Tintelia. Here's how to do it through a mailbox!


Splatoon 3 is a very colorful game full of art, and best of all, the players themselves can participate by giving their own touch of customization to Tintelia, the main city of this installment. Surely playing you will have noticed other characters that have speech bubbles with messages and drawings, and even some of these drawings appear painted on the streets.


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In case you didn't know or if you're wondering, indeed, you can also design and create your own drawings and messages to share with the world. In this entry of our guide, we explain all the details and steps to follow to do it.


How to create drawings and messages in Tintelia?

To be able to design and create your own drawings and messages in Tintelia, the first thing you need to do is pass the game's tutorial and get to the city. There is no senior requirement. Once in Tintelia, you must locate a red mailbox from which it is possible to create drawings.


This is the red mailbox in the drawings:

How to create drawings and messages in Tintelia

  • The mailbox is located across the street from the main shops in Tintelia.
  • Once located, approach it and interact with it.
  • You will see an informative message and then you can select the "Publish" option.

From here the drawing editor will open. You have many options and tools at your fingertips to create your work of art. The limit is only your imagination. Of course, remember not to include personal information or words or images that may disturb others.

When you finish drawing your work or message, simply press the "+" button to publish it . This will cause your work to be displayed to other players when they see you in their own worlds. In addition, it is possible that you will see your drawing in the form of graffiti or a poster in the Plaza de Tintelia.

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