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AtmosFlare 3D Pen Set
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- The AtmosFlare 3D pen uses a cool blue LED light and special ink that enables you to easily draw 3D objects! Drawing vertically is as easy as squeezing your pen and moving the tip vertically, away from your drawing surface with the LED light ON.
- Make solid sheets of material by drawing on flat or curved surfaces, first with the light off, and curing afterward by shining the light on your art. Draw on non-sticky textured materials or objects like coins or buttons, and then remove for very cool effects. Use your imagination!
- Thin lines and shapes can be made thicker by drawing over the top of your finished work. When filling in a large area, apply a thin layer of ink and allow it to settle. After it's settled, cure it with the light!
- The AtmosFlare 3D pen is easy to clean from your hands and work area with baby wipes, hand sanitizer and every day soaps and cleaners.
- Tips and "how to" videos are found on our website and ink refills are available in 12 beautiful colors.
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Changing the way the World Creates Art!
With the AtmosFlare 3D Drawing Pen, you can create amazing 3D works of art by drawing and sculpting!
Use Your Imagination
Why just draw when you can draw in 3D? When learning any art medium, be patient and practice your techniques. We even have art courses available through our site to teach you how make amazing 3D creations! Also, ink refills are available in 12 beautiful colors.
Draw in the air? Yes, You Can
The AtmosFlare 3D pen uses a cool blue LED light and special ink that enables you to easily draw 3D objects! Drawing vertically is as easy as squeezing your pen and moving the tip vertically, away from your drawing surface with the LED light On.
The Possibilities Are Endless
With the AtmosFlare 3D pen, you can do so much! Make solid sheets of material by drawing on flat or curved surfaces, make cool effects by drawing on non-sticky textured materials or objects (like coins or buttons), or make thin or thick lines to create texture in your projects!
AtmosFlare 3D is an Amazing 3D Experience!
Is it easy to clean?
The AtmosFlare 3D pen is easy to clean from your hands and work area with baby wipes, hand sanitizer and every day soaps and cleaners.
Is the pen hot?
The AtmosFlare 3D pen uses a cool blue LED light and special ink that enables you to easily draw 3D objects! No heat is generated from the pen.
Is it easy to use?
Yes! Be patient and practice - you wouldn't paint 'The Mona Lisa' on your first try! Tips, 'how to' videos, and 3D art courses are found on our website.
Try Something New! Draw in 3D with AtmosFlare 3D.
Use your imagination to make nature, animals and objects come to life! What will you draw today - a starfish, a plane, a gecko? It's up to you! For the best experience, be patient and have fun! We recommend AtmosFlare 3D for ages 12 and up.
AtmosFlare 3D is forever changing the way the world creates art. With the AtmosFlare 3D Drawing Pen you can create amazing 3D works of art, by drawing and sculpting in mid-air! Use your imagination to make nature, animals and objects come to life! For the best experience, be patient and have fun! We recommend AtmosFlare 3D for ages 12 and up.
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Pros: It works, it is very lightweight, it is easy to use & setup, it was priced at 1/7th of the one I was looking at.
Cons: It feels very 'cheap', the ink 'lock' oversteps the space needed to put the ink in so it feels like you are going to pop it like a balloon, the battery plate comes off extraordinarily easy and I had to keep sliding it back on, the on/off button is very easy to bump when holding it, and the nozzle tips require you to pull the ink out -> then change tips -> then re-insert the ink into the unit... it is very annoying if you try to make complex things that need different nozzles.
Final position: Spend more on a higher quality product or just keep your money... unless you are rich or allergic to $$... if you are either, feel free to send me any money that you don't want/need anymore and I will make sure it is disposed of appropriately :)
First let me describe how the pen is supposed to work. You load the ink cartridge into the pen after installing the tip, turn it on which lights up the UV LEDs at the tip, and then start drawing in 3D rendering any shape in fully cured red or blue plastic.
How it actually works. You load the pen and turn it on and then proceed to draw uniform threads to the best of your ability. Too fast and the "ink" won't cure and then will droop, too slow and you'll either cure it before it leaves the tip or you'll get big blobs. Once you've mastered (somewhat) that perfect pace you still need to start from the bottom and be working either up or sideways. I've found that trying to go down is particularly tricky as you can't push the ink out of the pen and into the lights. You really should be letting the ink drag out of the pen for best effect and that's nigh impossible when moving in a downward or vertical direction.
At the end of it, once you've become comfortable with planning your design to make all vertical lines from bottom up, and all horizontal lines in mid-air supported, and you've gotten pretty good with pacing the flow so it isn't too thin or bunching and blobby, I still couldn't get the ink to fully cure. I tried retracing my steps with just the LEDs, using a second UV LED and I even placed some of my creations outside into natural UV light to get the plastic to fully cure. After all of that, I still had a pretty tacky structure that left bled an oily substance through the paper I was using as my base. I'm sure a couple days on a shelf would lead to a pretty fuzzy sculpture.
Finally, the build quality of the pen feels pretty cheap, and the included ink (1 red, 1 blue) won't last terribly long. (Refills aren't yet available but are promised by the manufacturer). And my pack didn't come with a battery, (single AA).
I don't know about creating the amazing things they show on their website and videos, but it IS a fun toy for that age group. I do have to call it a toy, because it really is more for having fun and experimenting than creating anything practical and useful. But there's no harm in that!! Plus, it gets them away from video and gaming screens and working together on a hands-on project.
I only wish they would include more ink with the package! We went through the 2 that were provided in a snap...and it took awhile for the new ink to get here. I'll definitely be ordering more (you need to go to their website to get it), however, so I can get some more play time with it! ;-)
I will be the first to admit that I am not very artistic or crafty, but I do love the creative process, if that makes sense? So I was excited to try out the AtmosFlare 3D Pen Set recently with my son, who is artistic, btw.
I think being able to draw in 3D is very cool and even if you're like me and not artistic, you can still have a lot of fun with the 3D pen. It allows for a lot of imagination and creativity. I had some trouble with it at first, but if I had looked at the website and watched the videos, I would have mastered it much easier and quicker. I suggest utilizing the resources available to learn the tips and tricks of using the 3D pen. I'm certain that if you do, you'll have more success in using the pens.
My son didn't have any trouble. Although he did watch me doodle with it, so he knew what not to do. I say, I doodled because that's pretty much what I did... I had a lot of fun doodling, though. My son made a 3D car right off the bat, as you can see in the photo. FYI, he is 13, almost 14 years old. It depends on the kid, but I think most kids 12 and up could use the AtmosFlare easily.
My only complaints are that the ink is a little sticky and it only comes in blue and red ink. I wish there were more colors included.
I think this 3D pen set would make a great Christmas gift for any tween or teen on your shopping list. I love giving and receiving gifts that spark creativity!
My 16 year old daughter is very artistic, so she was able to make an elephant sculpture in about 2 hours with this pen. She had no learning curve, but I'm guessing it's because she's already so visual and has experience with 3D creations.
This medium is sticky. REALLY sticky. And it doesn't clean up well. You will need something like KRUD KUTTER KR32 Tough Task Remover, 32-Ounce to clean up hands and surfaces.