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Niki Firmin: 3Doodle a “Moodle”

I had the pleasure of meeting Niki at 3D Printshow in London last year and was speechless when I saw her 3Doodled exhibition pieces! Niki’s talent for doodling put my 2D doodles to shame, and it’s been one of my ‘Doodler’ highlights of the year watching her skills progress and seeing how she has forged a relationship between fine art and 3D Printing; in turn creating some incredible 3D art that will take anyone's breath away. Niki Firmin is a self taught artist who has always had...
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Amanda Sekulow: 3D Pen Fashion Design

All women (and a lot of men too!) absolutely adore fashion and if you’re anything like me, you seek out unique items of clothing that have yet to hit the high-street stores. Amanda Sekulow is a talented designer from Nashville, Tennessee who recently got her hands on a 3Doodler and has spent the past few months creating some awesome, and wearable, ’3D Printing Pen’ fashion art pieces. ‘Melt into spring’ is a collection of wearable art made using the 3Doodler, and is based on...
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Justin Mattarocchia: The 3Doodled Plastic Man

We first came across Justin's work earlier on this year when we were wowed by some of his incredible skull sculptures. As the year progressed Justin kept us in the loop regarding his newer projects, some of which include the amazing designs you see below. Justin's focus was developing and creating artificial humanoid interactive sculptures as art by using the 3Doodler as his main tool (Plastic Man!). We had previously seen snippets of the 3Doodler being used with robotics, but nothing to...
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3Doodling Tips by Daichi

Daichi was one of the first people to back the 3Doodler on Kickstarter. With his passion for doodling and his curiosity for 3D Modelling it was a match made in heaven! We asked Daichi if he would be willing to share some of his 3Doodling secrets and some of his top tips, and he was more than happy to oblige... A love of doodling "I have always ‘doodled’ since being a small child and although I’m no longer a small child, drawing is still a major part of my life! I became an artist...
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MoMA Store Window Artist: Louis DeRosa

We first discovered Louis when he posted an adorable doodle of his dog Bindi on Twitter (see below). Blown away by how easy Louis had made 3Doodling look (only days after he received his pen) we reached out to him. So began the start of a great relationship, which saw Louis wowing us with his wide array of doodles, touching on everything from design to science (see his synapse below). Louis' love of education also made him a natural fit to help us out when put together the "Teach" sections...
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MoMA Window Display: 3Doodled Boat

You may have recently walked down 53rd Street in New York and looked into the MoMA Store to see if filled with a vast array of awesome doodles, one of which is the 3Doodled Boat! Measuring two foot long and about 1.5 feet high, this was certainly an epic achievement and a labor of love, but well worth the effort! Here's how the whole thing came together: 1. I started by doodling the deck flat on a large piece of paper to ensure I got the size and shape right. I filled it in and then...
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MoMA Art Display: Metamorphosis Lamp

Rachel Goldsmith is a Brooklyn based artist who we had the privilege of working with for our MoMA Window Display in New York. Rachel designed the amazing 'Metamorphosis Lamp' which can currently be viewed in the MoMA window. We met up with Rachel to discuss the unique piece and find out what inspires her. "My artwork is inspired by two sets of contrasts: In my environment, the contrast between the man-made and nature; and in materials, the contrast between the control I have over the...
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3Doodler MoMA Window Display

What a whirlwind few weeks we’ve had at 3Doodler! When MoMA first approached us two months ago about being featured in their Design Store window displays in New York City, we were thrilled. After all, we’ve never done anything quite like this before. Here’s a behind the scenes peek at how it all came together. Despite the crazy late nights and all that running around, I’m sure I speak for the whole team when I say we’d do it all again in a heartbeat! Planning Time was a...
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Brighten your day with this 3Doodled Lampshade

When I found out we were going to take over the windows at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) I wanted to do something new with the 3Doodler that would utilize it in a completely different way. We always tell people you can use the 3Doodler to decorate your house (or office) but as a team we hadn’t yet made anything that proved it – Plus I needed a good excuse to use some of our translucent plastic! Taking inspiration from our new design intern’s passion for origami I wanted to build a...
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Jina Sim – Wire artist 3Doodles the Globe

3Doodler has recently had the privilege of working with a Korean wire artist by the name of Jina Sim. Sim uses wires to recreate various objects in real life situations. The repetitively tangled and twisted wires work as a "boundary that distinguish the outer world of an object, to separate what is real from what is not". Using wires in her craft, Sim visually challenges the viewers to see the inner and outer aspects of the object simultaneously. To see examples of Sim’s wire work click...
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3Doodler 3D printing pen exclusive to Maplin in UK

Maplin is to exclusively sell the 3Doodler in the UK. The 3Doodler is already available on the Maplin website and will be in the retailer’s high street stores from April 20. 3Doodler established itself as a Kickstarter success story after raising a massive $2.34m (£1.5m) for manufacturer WobbleWorks, which only sought an original...
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Three-Pin Control Port

Last September we did a blog post outlining the new ‘secret’ features that would be released on the 3Doodler and one of them was the three-pin control port, which can be used to control the buttons on the 3Doodler without actually having to touch the buttons themselves. What can you do with the three-pin control? To put it simply… You can do lots of stuff with the three-pin control! Make a switch so that the 3Doodler keeps going for longer periods of time Connect it to CNC...
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Top 10 things you should know about your 3Doodler

So, you’ve just received your 3Doodler in the mail and you can’t wait to start doodling! You’ve spent months deliberating what to create, but before you begin here are a few things to help you on your 3Doodling journey: 1: The 3Doodler team has uploaded some short ‘Getting Started’ videos to our community page to make your doodling experience as smooth as possible.  To find out about the different speed and temperature settings on your 3Doodler click here:...
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New Community Launch Pad

What makes the 3Doodler special is everyone in our community. Your passion and engagement is what keeps us going, so we wanted to make it even easier for everyone to be inspired, learn and help each other out. We're excited to introduce the new and improved community launch pad at the3Doodler.com/community, with easy access to the three main sections that make up our community website: 1. Stencils / Projects: Try one of our many stencils on our projects page. We have stencils to decorate...
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Giant Eiffel Tower

It’s hard to believe that a whole year has passed since we posted our original 3Doodled Eiffel Tower on our Kickstarter page. 12 months later we’ve done it again and created a 6-foot masterpiece that puts our original doodle to shame! 3Doodler Co-Founder, Max Bogue, started building the ginormous landmark during Thanksgiving in late 2013, and construction continued throughout the holiday season as we prepared to showcase it at CES in Las Vegas in January of this year. The ‘Giant’...
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