Have you ever wished that you can bring your drawings to life? You can create 3D art with the 3Doodler Create Plus!
The 3Doodler Create Plus is a fun 3D printing pen for ages 13 and older, that uses plastic to draw. There are so many fun projects that you can make with the 3Doodler Create Plus. The possibilities are endless.
The 3Doodler is perfect for anyone who loves to create, draw, and appreciates fun, tech gadgets. There is even a Kids version that is perfect for STEM gifts.
I had a lot of fun experimenting with the 3Doodler Create Plus. I practiced my name, made a cute pair of Christmas tree earrings and practiced tracing. As time goes on and I practice with my 3Doodler Create Plus, I plan on making a lot more fun projects.
Check out my video review and watch me make cute Christmas Tree earrings:
The 3Doodler Create Plus comes with instructions, enough plastic to make lots of fun projects, projects that you can trace and more.
You can even take lessons online to learn more ways to create with 3Doodler Create Plus! Check out this fantastic news from 3Doodler!
3Doodler also comes in a child friendly version. Check out this post from TabbysPantry to learn about it!
3DOODLER ANNOUNCES BROADCAST COLLABORATION WITH NBC UNIVERSAL OWNED BLUPRINT & CRAFTSY
Six 3D Pen Art Video Class Series to debut in August, marking first such content partnership for 3Doodler
3Doodler, the Kickstarter-backed company behind the world’s first 3D printing pen and the best-selling 3D printing device of all-time has today announced a collaboration with NBC Universal owned Bluprint and Craftsy on a six-episode 3D Pen Art video class series that runs through Holiday 2018 and is free for anyone to view.
3Doodler's content will be part of the new entity's expanded subscription service and available both online at MyBluprint and Craftsy and through streaming apps like Roku.
Internationally renowned 3D pen artist Grace Du Prez will serve as host of the show, aimed at introducing and teaching makers, crafters and doers how to create with 3Doodler Create+ 3D pen. In 2014, Nissan and Du Prez collaborated on a life-sized car (the Qashqui) that was unveiled at IFA in Berlin. This remains the largest project to date using a 3D printing pen, covering more than 8.5 miles in plastic. In addition to creating commissioned works of textile art, Du Prez is a 3Doodler ambassador and holds introductory classes in her hometown of London. Her website can be found here and this blog on 3Doodler.com offers a Q&A with the artist.
The first five videos of the series, now live on Bluprint cover the following skills and subjects.
3Doodler Bluprint Episodes:
- Getting Started Class
- Doodle to BUILD: Terrarium Project Class
- Doodle to DECORATE: Lantern Lights Project Class
- Doodle to PERSONALIZE: Phone Case Project Class
- Doodle to DESIGN: Clutch Project Class
The sixth episode is an episode of the new NBC flagship series "Doodle Wars" starring host Paul Constabile (Entertainment Reporter and Host of Universal Kids’ “Beat The Clock”), judge Jon Chad (Cartoonist/Illustrator), and judge Zoe Hong (Illustrator/Fashion Designer). “Doodle Wars” is an irreverent, rule-bending, family-friendly reality competition series, pitting budding artists from diverse backgrounds against each other in mind-stretching and inspiring challenges. Think “Chopped” but for artists instead of chefs with a cash prize being awarded to the all-around best artist.
WATCH HERE (Requires free trial membership)
This marks the first such broadcast agreement for 3Doodler, which started as a Kickstarter-based company in 2013. 3Doodler does hold license rights for Star Trek and The PowerPuff Girls, having released special Pen Sets around both TV series.
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Owned by WobbleWorks Inc, 3Doodler is a technology company making creativity tangible through its range of 3D printing pens and accessories. Founded in 2010, the company went on to raise $3.89 million on Kickstarter to support the production of the world’s first 3D Printing Pens. 3Doodler now makes products for all ages and skill levels of creators whether they’re 3D sketching, tracing shapes from templates or creating architectural models or entirely unique 3D structures. Headquartered in New York, 3Doodler 3D pens and accessories are now available online and in brick-and-mortar retail stores in more than 60 countries. To see the full 3Doodler product range, learn more about the company, download hundreds of free projects or see how the 3Doodler can make an impact in education, go to www.3doodler.com.
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