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The First 3Doodler Artists Emerge

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Peter Bailey

Coder, designer, marketeer at Independents United @peabay
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When our 3Doodler arrived last month the thing was ripped from it’s packaging and put to work building mega structures, sculptures and trinkets. Minutes passed before we gave up on getting it to actually work and read the instructions, but before we knew it we were doing art things.

It was pretty evident early on though that a certain amount of skill and artistic talent was required to make anything that wasn’t a “2D 3D box”, thus 3Doolder was put back in it’s box from whence it came.

IMAG0157‘2D 3D Box’ by Jon Thompson and  ‘Attack of the Blue Spaghetti on the Eiffel Tower’ by Peter Bailey.

But a month after the backers of the 3D printer received their devices it’s starting to look like they’re getting the hang of it. Here’s a couple of our favourites.

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