A bulk of LiNbO3 was periodically poled in two dimensions to achieve noncollinear second-harmonic generation. The sample was fabricated using an electron-beam indirect exposure. This method used a dielectric buffer layer deposited on LiNbO3 Z--polar face to trap the incident electrons. These localized electrons formed a charge droplet which generated a strong electric field and triggered the domain inversion process in the LiNbO3. Tailored two-dimensional domain configurations enabled quasi-phase-matched frequency doubling of a Nd:YLF laser at 15 different input angles. The measured angular dependence was in agreement with calculations based on the nonlinear reciprocal lattice vectors of the poled structure.