Alphabet’s Google (GOOGL) has just released a new free-to-use app that enables users to draw any 3D object they wish in a virtual reality (VR) setting.

In a blog post, the company announced that the tool, called Blocks, is available for free on the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. The post added that Blocks has primarily been designed to cater to novices, who struggle to get to grips with more sophisticated 3D modeling software. Users of the app, the company claims, are able to create, share and modify “beautiful 3D objects” with minimal fuss.

“Blocks is simple enough for anyone to use, even those without any prior modeling experience,” said Jason Toff, product manager of the app. “It’s designed to feel more like playing with children’s blocks than working with traditional 3D modeling software. Starting with a simple set of shapes, a color palette, and an intuitive set of tools, you’re able to naturally and quickly create almost anything you can imagine, from a piece of watermelon to a whole forest scene.”

Blocks features a similar interface to Tilt Brush, Google’s 3D VR painting app. That means that the motion-sensing hand controllers of Oculus and HTC’s headsets are used to choose shapes, colors and extra details. (See also: What Is Google Daydream?)

Despite primarily targeting newbies, Google added that the app also offers enough features to attract seasoned users eager to build more sophisticated models. Once users are satisfied with their designs, they are then given the option to share them on the web, generate an animated gif, or export them as an OBJ for use in AR and VR apps.

Google’s launch of Blocks came just a few weeks after Clay Bavor, the company’s vice president of VR and AR, published a long essay about VR technology on Medium. In the essay, Bavor talked about how VR is faring in “it’s early days,” before outlining how immersive computing technology can help the company to better achieve its mission statement, which centers on better organizing the world’s information and making it universally accessible and useful. (See also: Google Just Acquired an Award-Winning VR Game Studio.)

Want to learn how to invest?

Get a free 10 week email series that will teach you how to start investing.

Delivered twice a week, straight to your inbox.