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‘3D Art’ is a ‘New Language’ for 3D Artists

A new breed of 3D artists is rising in popularity, and they’re taking their work to the public through a new, and more accessible platform, 3D Artist Needle, the creators of which have been featured on ABC’s This Week with George Stephanopoulos.

The website, which bills itself as “the leading 3D art website in the world,” currently has over 30,000 members and has already attracted the attention of the likes of Disney’s Maker Studios.

“3D artists are using the internet to express themselves creatively and informally,” Maker founder and CEO Chris Anderson said.

“In addition to being an exciting new platform for creative expression, 3d artist Needle is an amazing way for 3d enthusiasts to connect and collaborate in a fun, accessible way.”

The site’s new app, 3DPart, is available now for iOS and Android devices.

It allows users to search for an artist, select a photo or video, and then upload the finished work.

Users can also share their creations and see what others have been up to.

In addition to offering an online community, the app also lets users collaborate and collaborate directly on the app.

“We wanted to bring the art community together in a way that wasn’t just about creating art on a computer,” Anderson said, “but connecting with each other and getting to know each other.”

Users can send each other a 3D image and then share it in a private message, and a new “Share” button will appear at the bottom of the app that lets users tag and share their own work.

“When you create a new image, you have the option to share it on your Facebook wall, on Instagram, or share it with others,” the app’s creators explained.

“This allows people to see the work of others and engage with their work.”

3D artist Needles creators are also working to bring 3D into the public eye.

In the past year, the company has launched a series of events across the U.S. to promote 3D as a tool for artists.

A few artists have been spotted at the Maker Faire in Las Vegas this past weekend.

3DArtistNeedle’s creators have also been known to collaborate on an online video series, 3DFile, which was recently featured in the film A Single Thing.

3DFiles creator and 3D Art Academy director Josh Cone said that the website is a good fit for his organization.

“A single thing is a single thing,” Cone told ABC News.

“I think that’s what 3D is, and the way it works is really interesting.

You can do multiple things, and you can actually bring different things into a single piece.”

Cone explained that a 3DPrint is “a process that can be done with 3D printers and you just print your own parts.

It’s a really cool way to make 3D.”

3DFielder.com is a place where artists can submit their 3D creations to 3D printing companies and receive a discount.

3DPielder offers a “gallery” feature where the artists can upload their 3d work to be 3D printed.

The service is currently available only in the U, but the company plans to expand it to other countries.

“The goal is to get to 100% adoption and bring 3DP to more countries around the world in the next couple of years,” Cones said.

3dArt.com’s founder and president, Eric Raimondo, said that his site is meant to be used by artists of all skill levels.

“It’s not a ‘get rich quick’ website, but it does provide a lot of opportunities for people to learn, for the community to learn and for the artists to get exposure and to have a real platform where they can show their work,” Raimondos explained.

3rd-Party Artists The most common 3D-art related news to come out of the Maker and 3DP Meetings this year was a news report from 3D Magazine that detailed the prevalence of 3d art in the popular film “Jaws,” with the art making a prominent presence in the underwater scenes.

In this clip, Raimonds co-stars as a character named Joe, who uses a 3d model to recreate the iconic scene.

“They wanted to make a 3-D-based film for a feature-length film,” Rampart explained, “and it really took off.

It was really exciting to see how well the community embraced the idea of 3-d-art.”

3DPatch, a site that provides news and updates on 3D, reported that the movie “Jaw” has already been screened at the Cannes Film Festival and won Best 3D Feature at the 2013 World Film Festival.

The site also reported that a handful of other films and TV shows have been screened with 3d-