The 2016 3Doodler Awards are now open, so we're taking a closer look at the categories and what the judges will be expecting from entries this year!
English teacher Eva Reilly took hands-on projects to the next level when she had her class create a scale model of their home town using the 3Doodler.
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Our extensive collection of stencils offers endless opportunities to expand your lesson planning and encourage creativity in any subject!
With acute attention to detail, Cornelia Kuglmeier took on the project of creating a full scale model of Gaudi's Sagrada Familia using the 3Doodler.
Grace Du Prez pushed the limits and did what no one had ever done before when she led a team of 11 artists to Doodle a life-size car.
Erica Gray's futuristic creations combine fine art and high fashion into wearable sculptures made with 3D printing technology.
Ilma Wasty combines the intricacy and delicacy of traditional tile designs printed with the 3Doodler and the industrial nature of concrete.
Matteo Magnabosco picked up his first 3D printing pen less than a year ago when he bought the 3Doodler, but has already created an incredible body of work.