Ekaterina Vladimirovna is a self-taught artist and homeschooling stay-at-home mom who uses a 3Doodler 3D printing pen not only to teach her children subjects such as math and physics but also to create stunning classical sculptures.
Vladimirovna, who lives in Moscow, Russia, explains that she has been an artist since childhood, but her parents were unsupportive of her passion, so she studied mathematics at the Moscow State Pedagogical University instead. However, she’s continued to indulge in creative pursuits in her spare time.
Vladimirovna first began her foray into 3Doodling sculptures by studying all that she could on the 3Doodler website and YouTube. By the time she picked up a pen, she knew exactly how to use it.
She told All3DP that she was drawn to a 3Doodler for many reasons, including the ability to change the diameter of the nozzle and its foot pedal which lets her keep her hands focused on creating.
But, why does Vladimirovna create such classical 3D printed sculptures? She explains: “I think a human person is the most beautiful creation in the world. Hence is my love for classical sculpture. Reading faces is as interesting as reading books. A woman’s face is no less beautiful than the most beautiful flower or a sunny day by the sea. The strength of a man’s face is like a volcano. All children are like stars. They are glowing!”