Paying homage to the beloved Bob Ross show “The Joy of Painting” and making it their own, the Coe Student Innovation Center Makerspace will be hosting “The Joy of P(r)ainting” to expose people to 3D printing April 5 at 1 p.m.
Under the guidance of “Rob Boss,” TJOP participants will focus on 3D painting more than printing, specifically the post-processing of prints and plastics to show how these materials have more uses than only engineering or design.
Participants will pick a bunny, flower, rubber duck or puppy 3D printed trinket to paint. Organizers select three to four models before each event, which recommends an RSVP, based on the time of year and the objects’ simplicity.
“As a space dedicated to fostering creativity, TJOP is a workshop hosted to show that anyone can be a maker and create…