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!

Mike Heath:
Published: 2014-04-18

With Magnus as a name, you couldn't expect anything than Great Artwork. His amazing pictures posted in the gallery have intrigued the Cornucopia3D Community for the last month. But who is beh...

Alessandro Mancini:
Published: 2014-04-11

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.

Tony Meszaros:
Published: 2014-04-04

Under the “Realms Art” brand, Tony Meszaros has been adopting The Plant Factory as his new tool of choice for creating a multitude of plants to share with the Vue and TPF community.

Britta Jacobs, Lance Payne and Rudi Hendrich:
Published: 2014-03-28

Artwork can be a powerful tool for fertilizing your imagination, and in this week's Focus article, the Cornucopia3D galleries provided the perfect place for various artists to cross-pollinate their...

Britta Jacobs:
Published: 2014-03-21

To be honest , I just wanted to try out the hand painted textures for snowy branches that Lutz Lehmann, made available to me and had used in his wonderful render “So cold…”.

Lance Payne:
Published: 2014-03-14

This is a pic I have been wanting to do for quite some time. I was inspired by other Vue artists and their ability to capture Photographic realism and natural beauty. It turned out that this pictur...

Cromat Studios:
Published: 2014-03-07

This is my first time writing a Making-of for one of my projects. Also I think this is the first Focus done for a LumenRT artwork too so, I'm excited about it. This Towers project is part of a hug...

Norman Gorn aka Polygoon:
Published: 2014-02-28

Sometimes things in this universe just seem to fall together and everything just fits, almost like Murphy’s law in reverse. That is how the image “Side Street” came to be – it is a very simple job...