All in all, it isn't a bad toy. The kids can't wait to play with it again. I think this is one of those times, that as an adult, I had unrealistic expectations. I mean, this is a toy designed for children not a state-of-the-art 3D drawing machine. And the fact of the matter is the kids enjoyed the process more than the final product. Which, to me is the point. They liked carefully drawing their designs, hitting it with the spotlight, and even waiting a little longer before 'glueing' them together. They didn't care that the dinosaur didn't stand up, and they wanted to turn the flower into a refrigerator magnet. (Watch video for reference.)
So, in the end, the IDO3D Art Studio got two thumbs up from my 10 and eight year old critics.
The kit featured in our video retails for about $19.99 and can be found at Wal-Mart, Toys-R-Us, and K-Mart. Thanks again for stopping by!