My job demands right now that i get better at ‘proper’ 3D, much more than voxel 3D, so I haven’t played with Magicavoxel for a while. But it’s an itch I must scratch, so I’ll be back.

In the meanwhile, some heads and bodies. The idea is to make a set of exchangeable parts: heads, limbs, modules and other robot-y cool looking pieces. With 10 different heads, bodies, arms / manipulators  and legs / tracks / wheels / tentacles / displacer modules I should be able to get enough variation.

I already have a dozen heads and half a dozen robot bodies, all based in simple geometric forms. The inspirations were my mediocre classical sketching abilities and the lovely scifi toys and movies from the 30-60’s, and the use of really simple straight and sound shapes allow me to do a lot with really little time (and fits my starter skills).

I guess I’ll make a package of all them once I get them rigged, so anybody can download it and use the models.

but in the meantime:

3 basic robot bodies.
Isometric view. +2 to all Cuteness rolls. Also, it helps with proportions and scale.
Example with head and one rigged arm
There are great differences in size, to accentuate their non-natural look. If a joint looks like it’s rigged, it probably is.
Front view. Some oh the heads are meant to hang from a pole, and the bigger ones will have their own limbs attached


I’ve been busy working in some cheesy retro looking robots, using Cinema 4D.

I still prefer the ones I did with MagicaVoxel, but as a videographer I really need to improve my C4D skills. So I decided to model some modular bots in the simples way i could, and then learning how to rig the legs and arms.

I need dozens of hours of practice before i get to grips with it, but at least I can render some of the models and they don’t look utterly ugly.


For some reason, this week I’m only thinking of trains. I’m drawing trains, I’m modelling them in proper 3d and the I realized I just wanted a cute voxel train.

The head image is the model rendered in Blender3d, by the way.

AS always, I guess I’ll make a few more carriages, maybe a station, and then I’ll move on.

A robo-train s something that excites me, for some reason. I’m pretty sure I’ll do one.


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Because I’ve been busy trying to get my grips with proper 3d softwares, and I love robots. I’ll be back with voxels, I promise, but in the meanwhile…


You should love robots, too. The would love you, if they had any feelings apart from contempt for human race and a logic cold desire to exterminate it.