World Maker Faire at the New York Hall of Science in Queens is the once-a-year DIY science fair that New Yorkers love. Flame throwing robots, giant Tesla coils that play music, learn-to-solder workshops, giant 3D printers, blinky art, and probably a Diet Coke and Mentos fountain performance -- a perennial crowd favorite. If you're near New York City, come say hi this weekend, September 23rd and 24th. We'll be at the Craftacular section of the show, booth #55.
Jackie from NerdECraft made a tiny dinosaur museum out of polymer clay and she shows you how she did it. Her YouTube channel is filled with amazing craft projects. She's really creative with polymer clay, UV resin, and clay sculpting techniques in general. We love what she did with our Tinysaur Bare Bones kits, especially the imprints of the bones in the walls as if they were unearthed fossils!
Jenny Chan of Origami Tree made a video of the Classic T-rex assembly. Have a look.
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