The Most Striking 3D Robots Ever – Part 2

Here it goes people! You have probably seen the first part of our 3D Robots Review and now the second part of our spectacularly sensational 3D Robots review is ready! It has all of your suggestions included with several additional items that we thought you will be also interested in. You’ve been waiting for it and here it is, enjoy!

Title: Robot Carriste
Author: Christophe Bouchet
Location: Paris, France
Software: Lightwave 3D, Photoshop


A credit should definitely be given to the great lighting and an interesting character in this image – comic chunk-robot, although it resembles the creatures from the ‘Fifth Element’ a bit. The design is simple and realistic, nothing superfluous, really extraordinary and breath-catching!

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Title: Phoenix
Author: Arseniy Chebynkin
Location: Rybinsk, Russian Federation
Software: 3ds max, Photoshop


Beautiful scene, nice contrast, very detailed work. Indeed a great warrior robot! The visual design looks great and fits the concept perfectly. And the carefully crafted decorations altogether bring a good realism effect. An award-winning work by the way.

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Title: Lifeless
Author: Aleksey Mityshkin
Location: Orsk, Russian Federation
Software: 3ds max7, Vray, PS


Almost heart-breaking scene, literary speaking. The hanging ‘heart’ element is especially bitter-looking. The whole detail work is impressing – gives you a great perspective on the inside of the robot. The lighting is also very good. And again – great surrounding decorations for the 3D robot.

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Title: Mad Scropio
Author: Alexandr Atkishkin
Location: Samara, Russian Federation
Software: 3d max7, vray, ps


Detailed and complex 3d robot. Nice design and concept. The rocket-launcher on the tail is cool. And the auto chrome coating perfectly fits the robot’s mission. The white reflection makes it all look so extreme.

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Title: Worker Bot
Author: Sheff
Location: Russian Federation
Software: max7, fr st1, ps 8


Great textures and amazing character – so positive and real. And so cute in its simplicity and sincerity. This 3d robot does stand out among others due to its good-natured and humorous concept with its longing for something humane instead of the endless warrior robots.

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Title: Military Reform [part 2]
Author: Alexey Klimov
Location: Russian Federation
Software: max5, ph7, vray


The 3d model and atmosphere are perfect. Marvelous textures and details done very professionally. Good ferrum materials, and the russian flag on the left arm looks very conceptual. As one of our readers has noted, it would be a great character for computer games.

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Title: 3D Model of a Blue Metal Robot
Author: Gekko
Portfolio: See Gekko’s Profile
Software: 3Ds Max 8, Mental Ray 3.4

A 3D Model from (see this Blue Metal Robot in different angles and with a 360 degrees rotation) by our contributor named Gekko. Perfectly produced in its smallest details this fella has a bull’s-eye style element on his face instead of ordinary face parts like mouth or eyes.

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Title: Robofight
Author: Extrane
Location: Russian Federation
Software: 3Dmax Vray


Interesting design and impressive detalization, though the blur distracts a bit. The concept of combat fighting is fresh. Unusual composition with a demonstrationally good angle. Nothing unnecessary as in every professional work.

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Author: MODOX-3D
Software: C4D+Vray


A beautiful 3D model of metal elephant robot, extremely impressive! Everything is great – materials, light and details. What I also like about it is how ordinary elephant’s parts are adopted to the robot parts – pay attention to the legs and proboscis.

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Title: Machine Messiah
Author: mobiusdog
Software: 3dmax, mental ray


Kinda aggressive character but looks very realistic. The model itself is made with all the details necessary for an overall impressive effect – the materials, lighting that gives this nice shining at the edges – everything looks great.

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Title: GH-Bot
Author: Shikijiyu
Software: Maya, Mental Ray.


Even though extremely mechanized the grasshopper still looks like real one – especially the head. As for the details and the concept – I can only admire this idea. I mean if it were real it would surely work as there are springs in the legs and wires attached to the feet. Gorgeous one!

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Title: Destroyer Droid
Author: mech7
Software: SolidWorks 2006


This model is a little similar to the “Mad Scorpio” mentioned above due to the color scheme and with how aggressive it looks. All of the rest is also well-composed – great details and lighting that gives the glare to the material.

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Title: ISO 206
Author: ajdin


This alien-alike character has beautiful smooth lines which are for some reason not very popular among other 3D artists. Because of these aerodynamic shapes and the material the model as a whole looks realistic enough to be presented in some sci-fi movies.

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Title: M.A.R. 9000
Author: emciem
Software: modeled with Maya, rendered with vue. postwork with photoshop.


This one is one of my favorites! Spectacularly well materials and details – these rust sections (and the shades of these sections) simply take my breath away! And because of the lighting – which is also brilliant of course – what we get is a photo realistic effect. I simply love it!

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Title: Googlebot
Author: emciem


Also one of my favorites :) This time it’s not that large-scale and detailed work but nevertheless there is also a photo realistic effect. The details of the legs with all these wires and devices also add realism to the 3D model. Besides the character itself (not as a model but as a creature) is so charismatic!

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Title: Cyborg Head 02
Author: mmarti
Software: 3D Studio Max 4.26, rendered with V-Ray, Lighting – HDR Image


This cyborg head is a little similar to the Terminator’s head, don’t you think so? :) Even if so it is still brilliantly done. What I especially love about this work are the materials – the metal has these little defects and scratches and because of them looks so realistic that it even scares! :)

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Title: Victorian Justice Machine
Author: MattiasA


Also a work in which the materials play the role of the prime impressive element. I’m not saying that other aspects aren’t good, they really are great and the model is a complex of it all. It’s just that in this particular case metal makes it all look as an artwork sculpture. Not to mention how great the character concept is with all of the Victorian age details.

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Title: Mecha BUG AD
Author: Rasyidxtreme


A futurist 3D model of a fighter insect of some kind. Again – the materials are perfectly detailed, the scratches add a tremendous portion of realism to the character. The color scheme and the lighting are also adorable even though there are no glares that we all love so much :)

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Well, that’s about it! And yet we are pretty sure that there’s a lot of other 3D Robots left behind – it’s impossible to embrace them all on one blog :) Although maybe sometime in future we will gather them, who knows.

We hope you did love these two posts and as always – you are very welcome to comment on anything you wish.