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!


Dagmar Fischer:
Published: 2016-04-01

A castle stands in the hills amongst an empty snowy landscape and a mesmerizing ocean of stars above. Sometimes creating something elegant is not a complicated process, read the explanation by Dagm...

Mikko Kriek:
Published: 2016-03-18

Recently Mikko Kriek has emerged and made himself known through his amazing aerial compositions. He is an illustrator that produces historical and archaeological visualizations for a host of inte...


Arthur Dorety:
Published: 2016-03-04

Arthur Dorety describes the process of creating his prehistoric image composed in the unique perspective of the Pterosaur's eye. Using EcoSystem layers and the terrain editor in VUE, Arthur managed...

Xavier Magnan:
Published: 2016-02-19

Check out how Xavier Magnan builds a heightmap in photoshop, sculpts a terrain and creates his landscape in vue. A truly impressive piece; elegant and simple.


Mark Rabenhorst:
Published: 2016-01-29

We would like to introduce Mark Rabenhorst, a passionate and driven young artist from Baltimore, Maryland. Mark is a software developer and a geospatial analyst for an international mapping company...

Hidetosi Kasugai:
Published: 2016-01-15

We would like to warmly thank Hidetosi Kasugai for sharing a little bit of his story with us. He is an exceptional 3D artist who has continually posted breathtaking, whimsical scenes in the Cornuco...


Oleg Sukonnikov:
Published: 2015-11-30

We are happy to introduce a unique long-term user of Vue, Oleg Sukonnikov. Oleg has done amazing work in landscapes and seascapes. He is a geodetics engineer, for whom Vue helped to fulfill his l...

Steven Lees-Smith:
Published: 2015-11-20

"Before I start any piece I look around for inspiration, whether that be landscape photography, a scene from a movie or just a memory from somewhere I have been. I always like to start with a roug...