Learn how you can encourage your kids to be artistic with the 3Doodler Start set.
The 3Doodler Start is a child-safe pen that you can use to create fun plastic sculptures. Little kids and adults will find it a perfect introduction to 3D art and accessory-making. The pen has a nozzle where melted thin plastic ink come out, but that doesn’t get too hot, which makes it a safe 3D art printing toy for kids.
The kit consists of a plump pen with packets of plastic filament, as well as silicone molds to start your 3D art projects. To use it, just feed the colored plastic tube of your choice from a port at the back of the pen to melt into ink. Initially, you can use the mold to create designs that you can stick together to create sided structures. It goes with a booklet to help you in making basic figures.
It’s easy to use. Read the instructions, and start working on your designs immediately. Make anything from simple keychains to intricate dioramas.
This toy encourages a lot of creativity because your kid can veer away from using the molds and create their 3D designs, once they get used to it. Also, with its BPA-free plastics and no-heat nozzle, it is safe for use by everyone. That said, always follow the age indication of the toy. While it is safe for young kids aged eight years and above, you may have to wait a little if you want to purchase one for your toddler.
The 3Doodler Start comes with a micro USB charger, so you don’t need to buy batteries every single time and no cords to complicate the process. However, make sure to have your charger ready at all times because this toy can be quite addicting and the possibilities for creation are endless.
The 3Doodler Start is a real improvement from the other pens before it because the plastic tubes melt quickly, but harden slowly. This feature is a good advantage because you can easily correct mistakes in your design without wasting precious eco-plastic ink.
Two notable things to remember when buying the 3Doodler Start for your kids or yourself, do purchase a lot of plastic filaments so you won’t run out in the middle of an art attack. Buy enough colored tubes to help you practice. Also, another tip is to prepare all of your plastic filaments and silicon molds before working, so you won’t lose precious ink in the process.
Description: Art toys and materials are excellent gift ideas for kids and the young-at-heart. Learn how to encourage artistry and learn to air draw by trying the 3Doodler Start.