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My Mini Factory Wacom Pen Holder Design Competition

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Hey Guys!

I work for MyMiniFactory and I wanted to tell you about an awesome new competition we have just started.

In collaboration with Trojan Horse was a Unicorn we have launched a one of a kind 3D modelling design competition in preparation for their upcoming VFX, Game and Animation Festival. It's a chance to have something you've designed 3D printed and sent it to you for free! We're asking you to create your own unique Wacom Pen Holder based on the template we provide. Submit them to us by the 25th August and they'll be hosted on our website, with the best design winning a ticket to the THU Event in September!

For more info, and to enter head over to: www.myminifactory.com/pages/competition

Any questions, please just ask!

 

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