Advanced 3D Modeler for lowpoly and voxel games
Cubik Studio is a 3D modeler for games with graphics composed of boxes and/or voxels. It supports games and game engines and is designed to be fast to use.
The very first version of Cubik (Cubik Pro) has been released the 1st April 2014 and was the very first 3D modeler for Minecraft 3D Model JSON format. Facing the number of users – pro and hobbyist – Cubik grew up quickly bringing ton of new features (always for free, without any paid DLC).
Cubik Studio has been released the 1st November 2016, after 1 year of development, rebuilt from scratch and bringing crazy new features for beginners and advanced users. Cubik Studio is an advanced 3D modeling tool for Minecraft, Stonehearth, Staxel as well as Unity and UnrealEngine.
Hours of development
Cubik Studio can import and export MANY file formats, here is a list (can be incomplete because of new updates):
- Load/Save .cubik : Cubik format
- Import/Export .json : Minecraft blocks and items
- Import .mcpe : Minecraft Bedrock for entities
- Export .js : Minecraft Bedrock for entities
- Export .jpm : Minecraft Java Optifine entities
- Export .java : Minecraft Java Mod class
- Export .zip : Minecraft ResourcePack
- Export .stonehearth : Stonehearth files
- Export .staxel : Staxel files
- Import/Export .obj : 3D model composed of polygons
- Export .stl : 3D model for 3D printing
- Import/Export .png : Render or Extrusion
- Export .binvox : Voxels
- Export .csv : Voxels
- Import/Export .qb : Qubicle binary
- Import/Export .qef : Qubicle exchange
- Import/Export .schematic : MCEdit map
- Import .nbt : Minecraft world structures
- Import/Export .vox : Magicavoxel
- Import/Export .zox : Zoxel editor
Sean (mooTV) McCafferty - Hypixel Content Manager
Chekaviah - Epicube Administrator
Fanta - FantaBobWorld
This video is the official trailer for Cubik Studio, launched the 1st November 2016!
It contains various references to work done with Cubik for various Minecraft servers and Indie-games!
Cubik Studio is able to:
– Deal with cuboids (resizable boxes, also called « elements »)
– Mix voxels (3D pixels)
– Add primitives (such as pyramids, torus, cylinders, …)
– Include any 3D model
– Export the result in many differents formats