From the few minutes I just spent playing around with it, it definitely seems like a huge improvement over the old magicavoxel, which I also used. However, one problem seems to persist. I can’t find any functionality for matrices, which means that, as @RepeatPan said above, it is worthless for animating. Stonehearth still requires matrices to compound voxels into groups for animating, so that’s out. ’
It does have an exporter for .qb files, so at least that’s something. There’s also a cool in-program renderer!
I didn’t make this model!
All in all, really nice! A bit complex, but that’s probably because I’m used to Qubicle. if anyone finds a matrices option, do tell! This could be a cool alternative!
EDIT: It also accepts .vox imports, so I tested it out with some of my own models, and lookie!
I totally made this model!
I think I know what I’m using for my pictures from now on, at least. (It looks better if you click on it!)
EDIT THE SECOND: Still doing more snooping, I am DETERMINED to find this program has this feature. (because I have nothing better to do ATM) Not looking good though. Did find this, though:
Isometric pixel art exporter! Anyway, I’ll keep digging.