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Magica Voxel has a really nice export feature. When used, you can use your designs in Blender 3D or your 3d soft of choice, to compose bigger scenes. 74 more words


CartoCSS Tilesets Part One

Under my research with Dr. Robert Roth, I’ve been researching CartoCSS for our Advanced Graphic Design in Cartography course. I’m obsessed with the amazing tile sets being created by designers at Mapbox, Stamen, and everyone else using CartoCSS in new and creative ways. 1,014 more words


Voxels are specially suited to create that kind of cute mechanic look. They just look so adorable. You can sculp a Bloodthirsty Murderbot and still you’ll think “Aaaaaw, look at his little Death Ray, isn’t it lovely? 77 more words



This is my first tileset: Basic skeleton characters, including warriors, hounds, horsemenskeletons, champions, sorcerer, concubine and king. It’s a static set, with no animations. Characters pose like chess pieces, so they’re intended for static art or… 125 more words


Hey, this is not pixel art!

No, but anyway is cool. These are the first experiments I did on seamless texture. As I have previously explained, I want to not use an anonym tileset and I didn’t mean to invest energies building my own. 185 more words

Concept Art

Bordering Upon Productivity

Y’know how in my last post I mentioned that I was sick of wasting time? Well this week I’m deciding that I’m going to get back into the swing of working. 916 more words

Video Games