Cornucopia3D Focus

Get inspired by the tutorials, making-of or interviews published byCornucopia3D, e-on software's online community for 3D artists. Each week, the Cornucopia3D Focus brings fresh artwork or stunning artists into the limelight. Don't miss this weekly rendez-vous!

Jo Ann Elliott:
Published: 2015-07-16

Jo Ann Elliott guides you through the various setup, rendering and post-processing steps to create this amazing ArchViz image, using VUE, SketchUp and PaintShop Pro.

Vladislav Skornyakov:
Published: 2015-07-03

"On the lake" is inspired by a recent trip Vladislav did to Karelia (Northern Europe). Vladislav got struck by the land's beauty. He created this gorgeous image immediately as he returned, while he...

Alessandro Mastronardi:
Published: 2015-06-19

"Mom's Love" is an image Alessandro Mastronardi wanted to do for Mother's Day. Alessandro kindly shares how he has used a combination of VUE Infinite, DAZ Studio and PhotoShop to create this really...

Alessandro Mastronardi:
Published: 2015-06-05

Alessandro Mastronardi shares his secret behind this striking image. The setup is pretty simple, and Alessandro is also kindly sharing the Rhino model for you to experiment with. Read on!

Mark Turner:
Published: 2015-05-29

In this Making of, Mark Turner shows us that a simple setup can result in beautiful images.

Nicholas Astill:
Published: 2015-05-15

“Before the ashes” is inspired by the idea of an earth like planet that has been sculpted by artists seeking to create a beautiful planet sized sculpture. I thought about a future society that was...

Marion Marino:
Published: 2015-05-01

In this picture, Marion Marino wanted to make a different image, not only a normal landscape. She thought of a new world, without vegetation, free for colonization. What comes out is a very aesthe...

Dave Southall:
Published: 2015-04-17

When I first saw the Blackhawk for sale at Cornucopia3D, I knew this was the kind of image I wanted to do. Just took a little while to get round to it. I wanted a terrain with a river not too larg...