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!


Yang Xian:
Published: 2017-07-14

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...

George Krallis:
Published: 2017-07-06

George shows us how to make a beautilful and realistic pond scene by efficiently mixing Vue's power with ZBrush® and Photoshop® skills. He describes all steps of the scene creation from the composi...


Frédéric Bec:
Published: 2017-06-30

Since the release of Plant Factory, Frédéric Bec has been producing volumes of intricate and elegant creations. Frédéric's professional background in Landscape Architecture and passion for Botany h...

Oleg S.:
Published: 2017-06-23

I am pleased to share with you my experience in setting up the scene Sea Foam with VUE. You all watched what the patterns that sea foam creates on the beach, especially among the stones or rocks....


Zakhia Dakkash:
Published: 2017-06-16

This scene was inspired by the beautiful Lebanese mountains and helped me to learn to use Vue for long distance snow shots.

Dinoraul:
Published: 2017-05-26

This is a short illustration of how Dinoraul puts together the lighting for his scene, "LS_6554". He uses Vue mostly to build his fantasy landscapes, and he finds it is the best software for this. ...


Arthur Dorety:
Published: 2017-05-12

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...

Benjamin Aeilkema:
Published: 2017-05-05

I know there are various ways to create roads and paths in Vue, but some of them can take quite some time and figuring out to do. A while back, I made an image and wanted a winding path, but needed...