Ultraprecise fabrication of three-dimensional (3D) microstructures comes up to be one of the most important issues in two-photon induced photopolymerization. To date, it has been difficult to fabricate 3D microstructures without any deformation due to the surface tension between a rinsing material and solidified microstructures during the developing process: In general, the surface tension significantly affects the precision of the resulting 3D microstructures. To overcome this problem, the authors propose a simple and effective laser scanning method to reinforce the strength of 3D microstructures without loss of precision. Overall, a complex 3D artistic sculpture such as "The Thinker" was reproduced in the controlled ultraprecise form, which shows that the proposed method enables the fabrication of 3D patterns with dramatically improved precision and stability. (c) 2007 American Institute of Physics.