Musca robotica by Cyanidejack

Currently unavailable for purchase

Musca robotica is roughly the same size as the common house fly (Musca domestica), but is far less prevalent.

Typically only appearing during the night, it can be easily identified by the high pitched whine of its tiny clockwork motor. Indeed the sound is often misinterpreted as that of a mosquito.


Fly reference base:

Thorax texture:

Tiny grains of sugar(?):

+ various stock photo of my own


fly, insect, tiny, clockwork, steampunk, cyanidejack, musca robotica


  • Blake Steele
    Blake Steeleabout 3 years ago

    Obviously steeds without their mounts.

  • Would be interesting to see who, or what, rides them! Thanks for the comments :)

    – Cyanidejack

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