3D printing has already changed the way corporations perform rapid prototyping. The same technology is just now becoming available in the consumer market. As the demand for 3D printers blazes on, printing software with a focus on the user experience will continue to grow. Unfortunately, 3D printers are expensive and it is rather difficult to get access to professional software. As a result, a system which enables anyone to create 3D models is necessary. Waldo3D, presented in this paper, is an initial system created to turn 2D inputs from users into 3D models. The user can take photos through a mobile phone or make sketches by hand. The system interprets parameters from the input to adjust the models in an existing database to create a new output which closely resembles the input. In this paper, we present the behavior of this system with a focus on describing how it processes an image and converts it into a 3D model. Waldo3D can also connect to existing printers on the network and send print jobs.