Recently in my AP art history course, we had a project that revolved around creating a work of art or scale architecture that reflected Christian art. Since I saw an opportunity to use my 3D printer for a school project, I immediately asked my instructor if I could 3D print the old St. Peters burg basilica, and soon after I designed a model of the building from pictures on Google. I did this with Autodesk Inventor 2014.(I know I need to update to 2016, but I have not gotten around to it) All Autodesk software is free to students, so if you are a student and interested in their software, go check it out. One of the requirements of the project was to have a cut away view so the viewer could see what it looked like on the inside. In order to accommodate that requirement, I cut the model up into 4 parts, and this also helped with fitting the model on the build plate, since at the time I was still using my Solidoodle 2. Afterwards, I showed a power-point going over the steps of modeling the building. The quality on these parts was not nearly as professional Ultimaker could have pulled them off, but I did not have the Ultimaker at that time. My instructor really liked the final product and deiced to display it in one of our display cabinets.