Crayon Creatures turns kids doodles into models

Company uses 3D printing to make figures out of children's scribbles.
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Parents can now have their offspring’s favourite drawings immortalised in a physical form with 3D-printed Crayon Creatures.

The service, which currently costs €99, lets people send a scan of a child's drawing to receive it as a four-inch, 3D printed colour sandstone model.

Crayon Creatures said: “Children’s drawings are weird and beautiful. Kids produce an immense amount of drawings that populate fridges, living rooms and workspaces of parents, family and friends. Here you can turn those drawings into volumetric figurines, nice looking objects that will decorate your home and office with a colourful touch of wild creativity.”

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