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!


Allan Jabbar:
Published: 2017-09-22

Allan Jabbar loves playing with different atmospheres and type of clouds to create grandiose landscapes. This week, Allan is sharing with us how he created this spectaular fog on the ground.

Paul Hamilton:
Published: 2017-09-15

I recently fell in love with some magical forest photos taken by Nelleke Pieters in the Netherlands and began getting very inspired by them. This is my attempt at recreating one called Hour Of Wolv...


Paul Hamilton:
Published: 2017-09-08

I recently fell in love with some magical forest photos taken by Nelleke Pieters in the Netherlands and began getting very inspired by them. This is my attempt at recreating one called Hour Of Wolv...

Alessandro Mancini:
Published: 2017-09-01

I decided to make this image, after watching the work of my friend Massimo Verona. He made some very nice displacement rocks so I decided to create my own too.


Gerard Diepeveen:
Published: 2017-08-18

The idea for this image was in my head, but as a novice I did not know how to accomplish this. I had tested the PLE and trial versions, so I had some minor experience with Vue. The image was to be ...

Dave Southall:
Published: 2017-08-12

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...


Massimo Verona:
Published: 2017-07-28

As I always like to learn new things, recently I decided to practice on close-up shots in Vue. I've always liked them, but have made very few close-ups since I started using Vue. This was a very qu...

Yang Xian:
Published: 2017-07-21

I'm happy to share the steps I took to create my work "Jungle". This work was inspired by photographs of some ancient roots. The shapes and the complex interlacing of the roots seems to be quite ma...