Creating and Exploring with IDO3D Art
Growing up and even now, I’m a doodler. It turns out, that’s passed down or genetic or something.
Or maybe, most people are doodlers.
My girls doodle, too. They have art projects, drawings and crafts all over our house. Their walls are covered in art projects. So when they can try out something new that it artistic and also, gravity, defying, I have to beg them to let me take pictures before they dig into it.
Our most recent doodling and gravity defying fun has come from the IDO3D Pro now available at Michael’s. Since we’ve played with a similar 3D pen before, they went right for it and had it working in no time. Meanwhile, I wanted to read the directions, but they were all “mom, we’ve got this.”
This time, they wanted to check out some art lessons and videos first to get some inspiration.
But, true to their form, they wanted to try something different. At first, a flower to get comfortable with the pen. You can’t draw too quickly with it, so there’s definitely a learning curve as the product cures coming out of the pen as the light shines on it.
Then, full 3D drawing with a box. Sure, they could have made some squares and joined them together, but where’s the fun in that? No, we draw UP in our house. The cube took no time at all.
The oldest wanted to try her hand at a little more. And, she needed more color. Thankfully, it’s very simple to switch out the colors, so she easily made her three piece creation. I’m pretty proud of her I heart you 3D creation. But, more importantly, she’s most proud of it.
We are all very happy with this super affordable 3D pen. The girls are able to draw in 3D at our house and have a final product in a matter of minutes.
If you could draw in 3D, what would you create?