- Robotime Nederland
 - Robotime Nederland

Most ROKR 3D wooden puzzles maintain the natural wood color. We channel more creativity into the product design instead of setting a specific color scheme for each wooden model.

Now, more and more Robotime fans design the excellent colors for their models with imagination to create personalized kits. We're inviting you to join this challenging community with full surprises. Create personalized models with other coloring enthusiasts!

Your Artist's journey begins here.

Why Color Your Puzzles?

If you find the act of coloring soothing, it may not surprise you much to learn that coloring could be more than just a fun way to pass some time. It can also:
  • Ease depression and anxiety.
  • Provide a diversion.
  • Improve motor skills.
  • Assist emotional processing.
  • Encourage mindfulness.
  • Challenge your mind.
  • Provide play opportunities.
  • And more…

In Their Own Words

See for yourself what people have to say about coloring our puzzles.

One more progress post and then I’ll probably wait until I’m done but omg I’m so proud of how these ponies turned out!! It’s been years since I’ve painted anything so I wasn’t too sure how it would go but it was really fun. I’m glad I decided to use the same colour scheme but different patterns. It’s fun without clashing with the colour scheme I set up for the rest of the carousel.

Jen Ta

Finally finished the Romantic Carousel. My first painted model. Took a few months because other things kept coming up. And I really need to find better paint. It took several coats. Added some mirrors to the inside column in the gold frames. And it actually works after all that! There were some tricky steps to this. Pretty happy with it overall!

Will get a picture of this with the rest of my Fairground models next. — feeling accomplished.

Mike Helm

Just finished the Vitaphone camera. Maybe my biggest challenge was determining the color scheme. I decided to use three metallic acrylic paint colors, gunmetal gray, silver, gold, and matte black solely for the base. It took a while to do all the detail painting, including the ends of the pieces. I'm very happy with how it turned out. Even better, it works!

Darry Oliver

Working Vitascope complete - fun project and I was pretty happy with my color scheme (It's often hard to tell where parts are going to end up when coloring them in advance!)

Cindy Shapiro Pogrund

I told myself that I wasn't going to color any of the puzzles that I make but I have a hard time not adding any color at all 😛! Here's my Ferris Wheel and I was so happy that it turned nicely on the first try.

Rebecca Verner

One more progress post and then I’ll probably wait until I’m done but omg I’m so proud of how these ponies turned out!! It’s been years since I’ve painted anything so I wasn’t too sure how it would go but it was really fun. I’m glad I decided to use the same colour scheme but different patterns. It’s fun without clashing with the colour scheme I set up for the rest of the carousel.

 - Robotime Nederland
Jen Ta

Finally finished the Romantic Carousel. My first painted model. Took a few months because other things kept coming up. And I really need to find better paint. It took several coats. Added some mirrors to the inside column in the gold frames. And it actually works after all that! There were some tricky steps to this. Pretty happy with it overall!

Will get a picture of this with the rest of my Fairground models next. — feeling accomplished.

 - Robotime Nederland
Mike Helm

Just finished the Vitaphone camera. Maybe my biggest challenge was determining the color scheme. I decided to use three metallic acrylic paint colors, gunmetal gray, silver, gold, and matte black solely for the base. It took a while to do all the detail painting, including the ends of the pieces. I'm very happy with how it turned out. Even better, it works!

 - Robotime Nederland
Darry Oliver

Working Vitascope complete - fun project and I was pretty happy with my color scheme (It's often hard to tell where parts are going to end up when coloring them in advance!)

 - Robotime Nederland
Cindy Shapiro Pogrund

I told myself that I wasn't going to color any of the puzzles that I make but I have a hard time not adding any color at all 😛! Here's my Ferris Wheel and I was so happy that it turned nicely on the first try.

 - Robotime Nederland
Rebecca Verner

How to start?

1Prepare

Prepare your essentials - pigments, brushes, water glasses, and paper towels.

2Think

Consider colors and themes to shape a preliminary direction for your creative journey.

3Design

Sketch out your ideas before you begin applying colors.

4Color

Color each wooden piece and let your creativity come to life.

5Build

Assemble with your own hands – a pivotal moment in your creative journey.

6Complete

Appreciate your unique artwork! Applaud your creativity and patience in crafting something unique.