By Scott J Grunewald | 3DPrint.com
Artists have been flocking to 3D printing as a medium since 3D printing was first introduced to the general public, and it is pretty easy to see why. 3D printing offers artists a way to make the impossible real in ways that many traditional mediums are simply incapable of achieving. There are those who claim that 3D printed art isn’t “real” art of course, but that sort of art snobbery is nothing new and 3D printing is hardly the first high tech tool to be subjected to it. The idea that 3D printed art is too easy would almost be funny if it wasn’t insulting to the countless digital artists and sculptors who have put just as much time and effort into mastering their tools as a traditional painter or sculptor has.
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